correlative[ kuh-rel-uh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF correlative
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRELATIVE
We are only concerned here with the correlative differences.
He is the compend of time; he is also the correlative of nature.
The word gentleman has not any correlative abstract to express the quality.
The correlative of not, when it stands in the first member of a sentence, is nor or neither.
It is correlative with black, which is the opposite extreme of neutrality.
It is correlative to chastity and decency, but covers a far wider field.
This duty to serve the country is correlative to the right to be a citizen.
All relatives, then, if properly defined, have a correlative.
We have here scientific insight, and its correlative caution.
These are correlative, and one cannot exist without the other.