excursive[ ik-skur-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF excursive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCURSIVE
This may be a typographic error for either exclusive or excursive.
This hint, here thrown out as an additional argument for the excursive theory, will fall to be developed later on.
Another most important corollary of this excursive theory must just be mentioned here.
How much of consciousness, if any, may be felt at the point where the excursive phantasm is seen, we cannot say.
The great English writers have written with a free hand, prolific, excursive, diffuse.
With him she would have the free and useful, the amusing and excursive life of an American woman married to a man of wealth.
At the concluding word, Mrs. Chump was no longer sustained by her excursive fancy.
But the argument is one of too grave, too intricate, and excursive a character, to be attempted here.
Endowed, probably, with but slender imagination, he found little charm or flavor in excursive abstractions.
This excursive disposition does not narrow his enjoyment of what is best in town life.