descriptive

[ dih-skrip-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF descriptive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESCRIPTIVE

In subject they are either erotic, mythologic, or descriptive of nature.

The former is particular or descriptive; the latter is general.

The problem of the descriptive course is the problem of the high school.

An elementary course followed by a course in descriptive geometry.

Wagner's motives are marvellous in their descriptive and soul-stirring power.

Descriptive astronomy and geology have, however, been omitted.

Here was a sunken road, that, later, was given a descriptive name.

He had opportunities of bestowing his descriptive powers to good purpose.

"Teleportation is the descriptive term in your language, I believe," said Venor.

Do you ever skip the descriptive parts of a book and read the narrative?

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