generative

[ jen-er-uh-tiv, -uh-rey-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF generative

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

There was no generative power in the pure activity of Thought.

The fecund sap, their generative virtue, escapes and diminishes at every gleam.

This is equally applicable when the generative organs or perinum are injured.

Together they prefigured not only Wisdom and generative power, but evil as well.

They are the generative elements of dimension, because they form extension.

Intellect is critical, unproductive while desire is generative.

History in its generative power is as manifold and puzzling as nature.

The bull Nandi (emblem of generative force), as also the lingham, are among his emblems.

We feel it instinctively: there must be a check to these generative enormities.

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