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Indeed, classificatory systems are often more descriptive than our own.

He was a fine young black Newfoundland, whose features were more descriptive of good nature than genius.

Do you think "emphatically," is perhaps the more descriptive word now?

We must have a new name,—a more descriptive title for our monstrum horrendum, our roaring Polyphemus.

Check is just the word; though check-mate would be more descriptive and significant!

The term "long-distance," therefore, is more descriptive than the term "toll."

In other parts of his work Bach has left fantasies of a more descriptive character.

Persoon changed Bulliard's specific name in this case to furnish one himself, more descriptive as he thought and distinctive.

The roots, which are tuberous, are of unusual form—soft swollen root-stocks may be more descriptive of them.

To make that idea definite we need the help of one or more descriptive words such as black, tall, stout, good.