### Definition of Accelerative

1. Adjective. Tending to increase velocity.

Exact synonyms: Acceleratory
Similar to: Increasing
Derivative terms: Accelerate, Accelerate, Accelerate, Accelerate

### Definition of Accelerative

1. a. Relating to acceleration; adding to velocity; quickening.

### Definition of Accelerative

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Accelerative

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### Literary usage of Accelerative

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1. The Elements of Mechanics, Comprehending Statics and Dynamics: With a by John Radford Young, John D. Williams (1832)
"... theorems which apply to the motion of a system of bodies acting in any arbitrary manner on each other, and each influenced by any accelerative forces. ..."

2. The Gases in Rocks by Rollin Thomas Chamberlin (1908)
"accelerative AGENCIES. There are some agencies, apparently not very potent ones, which tend to accelerate the earth's rotation and to offset the influences ..."

3. The Tidal and Other Problems by Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin, Forest Ray Moulton, Charles Sumner Slichter, William Duncan MacMillan, Arthur Constant Lunn, Julius Stieglitz (1909)
"accelerative AGENCIES. There are some agencies, apparently not very potent ones, which tend to accelerate the earth's rotation and to offset the influences ..."

4. The Elements of Astronomy, Physical and Geometrical by David Gregory (1715)
"B.-I.) the Quantity of Matter in 5 to the Quantity of Matter in P,will be as the accelerative gravity of the Body V towards S to the accelerative gravity of ..."

5. The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy by Isaac Newton, Andrew Motte, John Machin (1729)
"For the fum of the actions of the accelerative force, ... where the accelerative gravity, or force productive of gravity in all bodies is the fame, ..."

6. The London Magazine Enlarged and Improved (1784)
"... anil/ being the accelerative force of the point В (— that of the weight w. ... accelerative ..."