informative[ in-fawr-muh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF informative
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFORMATIVE
The first and second are informative, explicative, they take in and dothe other gives out.
It was written brightly with a style which was at once easy and informative.
The most informative and best-written book on the Labour problem we have ever read.
The radio was not only operative, but proved most informative as well.
His journal is nothing like so informative as theirs but is just as readable.
We speak of grace, and not here of power of mind or informative force.
I must see the paper as soon as I can; it may be informative.
Informative and argumentative introductions are quite usual.
The message which the Proclamation accompanied was informative only.
Apart from its informative value, this is a book that no one can fail to enjoy.
"instructive," late 14c., "formative, shaping, plastic," from Medieval Latin informativus, from Latin informatus, past participle of informare (see inform). Related: Informatively.