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adjective as in educational

adjective as in instructive

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The Supreme Court’s decision in July to review the lower court’s opinion, rather than allow it to be implemented, prevented the committee from receiving the information this summer.

The Gardner Museum is offering a $10 million reward for information leading to the return of the art.

Law enforcement gives its suspect DNA sample to a third-party laboratory, which runs further analysis before comparing the genetic information against publicly available genealogical website data.

Since its launch, 140 million people have visited the company’s voting information center, and on Election Day, 33 million people visited its election center, which included results as they came in.

The investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information is asked to call 703-803-0026.

The campaign was explicitly informational and intended to preach the gospel of less interference in the boardroom and the bedroom.

The senior AIPAC official said the conversation with the White House was informational.

For those who trust the government, these informational lacunas are an excuse for inaction.

But at this point the association should be regarded as informational rather than indicative of its source.

Career fairs, résumé workshops, and informational interviews are all well and good.

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.

This is the trouble with our “informational literature” for children, of which very little is worthy of the name.

Cornell University Library produced this volume to preserve the informational content of the deteriorated original.

Next to this, that of hearing appears to be the most informational.


On this page you'll find 59 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to informational, such as: academic, cultural, scholarly, didactic, informative, and instructive.

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