Definition of Disaggregative

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disaggregative

disaffirmed
disaffirming
disaffirms
disafforest
disafforestation
disafforested
disafforesting
disafforests
disaggregatase
disaggregate
disaggregated
disaggregates
disaggregating
disaggregation
disaggregations
disaggregative (current term)
disagree
disagree with
disagreeability
disagreeable
disagreeable chore
disagreeable person
disagreeable task
disagreeable woman
disagreeableness
disagreeablenesses
disagreeably
disagreeance
disagreeances
disagreed

Literary usage of Disaggregative

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1. Production Incentives in Philippine Agriculture: Effects of Trade and by Romeo M. Bautista (1987)
"... on the aggregative and disaggregative estimates of w, respectively. Entries under the first and second columns are based on the aggregative estimates of ..."

2. Brazilian Wheat Policy: Its Costs, Benefits, and Effects on Food Consumption by Geraldo M. Calegar, George Edward Schuh (1988)
"Parallel data on the distribution of wheat production by farm size are not available.26 A Model for disaggregative Analysis The model used to carry out the ..."

3. Multiple Personality: An Experimental Investigation Into the Nature of Human by Boris Sidis, Simon Philip Goodhart (1905)
"... have the thresholds of its constituent moments progressively lowered, the fall being directly proportional to the depth of the disaggregative process. ..."

4. Argentine Republic: A Geographical Sketch, with Special Reference to (1903)
"Topographical features like these accentuated those disaggregative tendencies universally inhering in undeveloped man, undoubtedly facilitating dispersions ..."

5. Symptomatology, Psychognosis, and Diagnosis of Psychopathic Diseases by Boris Sidis (1914)
"Usually such a localized amnesia occurs after some intense shock of a disaggregative character. This form of amnesia is characteristic of psychopathic ..."

6. The Edinburgh Journal of Science by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1826)
"... been more or less broken up, or disintegrated, by mutual friction when in motion, and by the disaggregative force of the vapour generated within them. ..."

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