Definition of Renovative

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Renovative

renouncing
renourish
renourished
renourishes
renourishing
renourishment
renourishments
renovascular
renovascular hypertension
renovate
renovated
renovates
renovating
renovation
renovations
renovative (current term)
renovator
renovators
renovel
renovelance
renovelances
renovelled
renovelling
renovels
renovetur semel
renoviction
renovictions
renowme
renowmed
renowmes

Literary usage of Renovative

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1. The Formal Bases of Law by Giorgio Del Vecchio (1914)
"... to be generally received even after the school's decline, which has not had, therefore, as essentially renovative a significance in juridical philosophy ..."

2. The Miscellaneous and Posthumous Works of Henry Thomas Buckle by Henry Thomas Buckle (1872)
"270) in the Egyptian Trinity, the personification of the theory of generative, destructive, and renovative powers.1 See also pp. 271-282 for similarities ..."

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