informational[ in-fer-mey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF informational
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFORMATIONAL
Most of the informational parts of the original story have been cut out.
Footnotes indexed with arabic numbers (as , ) are informational.
Next to this, that of hearing appears to be the most informational.
It would be easy, he decided, to keep the informational quarantine.
Informational literature and post cards can be obtained at the information desk.
Later in the course, Bible narrative, history, and biography will supply the chief sources of informational material.
The inductive lesson, therefore, rests upon and starts from the informational lesson.
Cornell University Library produced this volume to preserve the informational content of the deteriorated original.
Consequently it left unimpaired the scope of informational and abstract, or "rationalistic" studies.
There is no standard for determining the relative importance of this informational or utilitarian aim when compared to other aims.
late 14c., "act of informing," from Old French informacion, enformacion "information, advice, instruction," from Latin informationem (nominative informatio) "outline, concept, idea," noun of action from past participle stem of informare (see inform). Meaning "knowledge communicated" is from mid-15c. Information technology attested from 1958. Information revolution from 1969.