Definition of Acquisitively

1. adv. In the way of acquisition.



Definition of Acquisitively

1. Adverb. In an acquisitive manner; for the purpose of acquisition. ¹

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Definition of Acquisitively

1. [adv]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Acquisitively

acquiries
acquiring
acquiring financial institution
acquiring financial institutions
acquiry
acquis
acquis communautaire
acquisite
acquisition
acquisition agreement
acquisition debt
acquisitional
acquisitionally
acquisitions
acquisitive
acquisitively (current term)
acquisitiveness
acquisitivenesses
acquisitor
acquisitors
acquisitory
acquisitus
acquist
acquists
acquit
acquite
acquited
acquites
acquiting
acquitment

Literary usage of Acquisitively

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Compendious System of Greek Grammar: In English and Greek. An Edition by Edward Wettenhall, William Powell Farrand, William Staughton (1813)
"The government of transitive and substantive verbs, and of those put acquisitively,* is the same as in Latin. So also verbs of asking, teaching, clothing, ..."

2. Bulletin by Montana Historical Society, Henry E. Legler Regional Branch, Library, Chicago Public Library, Chicago West Side Historical Society (1910)
"... the improperly employed, or the acquisitively rather than productively employed; and fourth, the voluntary idle, commonly known as the leisure class. ..."

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