significative[ sig-nif-i-key-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF significative
Synonyms for significative
- giving an inkling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SIGNIFICATIVE
He used the word which was significative beyond any thing that entered his imagination.
None agree, however, as to the significative meaning of the name Asshur.
They used the words simply as proper names, without regarding them as significative.
Now the whole Chinese language consists in reality of about four hundred words, or significative sounds, all monosyllabic.
On the night of the 8th September, Egmont received another most significative and mysterious warning.
They are mere symptomatic and significative effects, the roars of the inwardly agitated mass of the popular sea.
For as the old Creation was complete in seven days, so the number next ensuing may well be significative of the new.
Moreover, these offices of divine piety be moral, and significative of future glory.
That the men sheltered behind the waggons have not “gone under” at the first onslaught is significative of their character.
To which the Count replied, by the word Speranza, accompanied by a clasp of the hand and a significative glance.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SIGNIFICATIVE
- alluded to
- tacitly assumed