interpretive

[ in-tur-pri-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF interpretive
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And they respond by calling forth the interpretive genius of their conductor.

Clogging, the ballet, interpretive and toe dances—why enumerate them.

It is interpretive of episode, and the episode forces it into shape.

But we prefer to be interpretive, to come closer home than this.

He shot a level, interpretive glance into her eyes, then left.

He has the interpretive power which makes us see what he2868 sees and invites us to share his enjoyment in his strange adventures.

We have employed the interpretive imagination merely for narrative purposes.

Free literature, library facilities, and interpretive services are also available at the museum.

In every way we exalt the interpretive, critical, even destructive, judicial process.

“Do not compute before the mesh is set,” the interpretive bank cautioned.

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