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synonyms for reductive

  • diminishing
  • diminutive
  • minimal
  • derivable
  • inferable
  • inferential
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antonyms for reductive

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  • enhancing
  • enlarging
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How to use reductive in a sentence

This truncated form of information, as opposed to knowledge, that we get presented with online is often really reductive, binary and dogmatic.
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Describing himself seems "unnecessarily reductive," though he acknowledges self-definition can be empowering for marginalized communities.
RIZ AHMED KNOWS HIS WORTH. WITH THE GUT-WRENCHING ‘SOUND OF METAL,’ HE ENSURES YOU DO, TOO.SONIA RAODECEMBER 3, 2020WASHINGTON POST
But, showing his focus wasn’t just on the miniscule and reductive in science, he was also a pioneer in the field of public health.
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Now that the law compels a list of dangerous drugs on the label, the cures proceed admittedly by a reductive principle.
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At a boiling heat, in presence of dilute acids, it is split up, yielding a reductive sugar.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 648, JUNE 2, 1888.VARIOUS
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