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Crossword Solver Answers for: ???ITIVE

abditive

abditive
(a.) Having the quality of hiding.

additive

additive
(a.) Proper to be added; positive; -- opposed to subtractive.

auditive

auditive
(a.) Of or pertaining to hearing; auditory.

desitive

desitive
(a.) Final; serving to complete; conclusive.
(n.) A proposition relating to or expressing an end or conclusion.

excitive

excitive
(a.) Serving or tending to excite; excitative.
(n.) That which excites; an excitant.

fruitive

fruitive
(a.) Enjoying; possessing.

fugitive

fugitive
(a.) Fleeing from pursuit, danger, restraint, etc., escaping, from service, duty etc.; as, a fugitive solder; a fugitive slave; a fugitive debtor.
(a.) Not fixed; not durable; liable to disappear or fall away; volatile; uncertain; evanescent; liable to fade; -- applied to material and immaterial things; as, fugitive colors; a fugitive idea.
(n.) One who flees from pursuit, danger, restraint, service, duty, etc.; a deserter; as, a fugitive from justice.
(n.) Something hard to be caught or detained.

genitive

genitive
(a.) Of or pertaining to that case (as the second case of Latin and Greek nouns) which expresses source or possession. It corresponds to the possessive case in English.
(n.) The genitive case.

lenitive

lenitive
(a.) Having the quality of softening or mitigating, as pain or acrimony; assuasive; emollient.
(n.) A medicine or application that has the quality of easing pain or protecting from the action of irritants.
(n.) A mild purgative; a laxative.
(n.) That which softens or mitigates; that which tends to allay passion, excitement, or pain; a palliative.

limitive

limitive
(a.) Involving a limit; as, a limitive law, one designed to limit existing powers.

monitive

monitive
(a.) Conveying admonition; admonitory.

positive

positive
(a.) Having a real position, existence, or energy; existing in fact; real; actual; -- opposed to negative.
(a.) Derived from an object by itself; not dependent on changing circumstances or relations; absolute; -- opposed to relative; as, the idea of beauty is not positive, but depends on the different tastes individuals.
(a.) Definitely laid down; explicitly stated; clearly expressed; -- opposed to implied; as, a positive declaration or promise.
(a.) Hence: Not admitting of any doubt, condition, qualification, or discretion; not dependent on circumstances or probabilities; not speculative; compelling assent or obedience; peremptory; indisputable; decisive; as, positive instructions; positive truth; positive proof.
(a.) Prescribed by express enactment or institution; settled by arbitrary appointment; said of laws.
(a.) Fully assured; confident; certain; sometimes, overconfident; dogmatic; overbearing; -- said of persons.
(a.) Having the power of direct action or influence; as, a positive voice in legislation.
(a.) Corresponding with the original in respect to the position of lights and shades, instead of having the lights and shades reversed; as, a positive picture.
(a.) Electro-positive.
(a.) Hence, basic; metallic; not acid; -- opposed to negative, and said of metals, bases, and basic radicals.
(n.) That which is capable of being affirmed; reality.
(n.) That which settles by absolute appointment.
(n.) The positive degree or form.
(n.) A picture in which the lights and shades correspond in position with those of the original, instead of being reversed, as in a negative.
(n.) The positive plate of a voltaic or electrolytic cell.

punitive

punitive
(a.) Of or pertaining to punishment; involving, awarding, or inflicting punishment; as, punitive law or justice.

volitive

volitive
(a.) Of or pertaining to the will; originating in the will; having the power to will.
(a.) Used in expressing a wish or permission as, volitive proposition.

vomitive

vomitive
(a.) Causing the ejection of matter from the stomach; emetic.