Thesaurus / generative

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The generative, undifferentiated impulse is supplanted by the love for an individual and stigmatised as base and contemptible.

Generative organs frozen cold, and this coldness extends up my back.

For toning up the generative organs, so that they can perform their natural functions, Pratts Cow Remedy is safe and positive.

Such, then, is the singular sensitiveness of the generative system.

On the Genesis of SpeciesSt. George Mivart

The question now is whether the admission of air can liberate any generative energy in the infusions.

In itself our generative principle is surely no less fertile and generous than the generative principle of crystals or flowers.

Winds Of DoctrineGeorge Santayana

In this age when type-blotted books are generative, it would immortalize the author.

The South-WestJoseph Holt Ingraham

Pullets and capons, in losing the generative faculty, lose also the inherent characteristics of their sex.

Reptiles and BirdsLouis Figuier

He added several to the list of muscles, and made some discoveries in the intestinal and generative organs.

Thus it is quite possible that there is really only one type of origin for the generative cells in the Cœlenterata.

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