Definition of Amalgamative

1. Adjective. Characterized by or tending toward amalgamation.

Derivative terms: Amalgamate
Partainyms: Amalgamation



Definition of Amalgamative

1. a. Characterized by amalgamation.

Definition of Amalgamative

1. Adjective. That amalgamates ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amalgamative

amakosi
amakwerekwere
amala
amalgam
amalgam carrier
amalgam matrix
amalgam strip
amalgam tattoo
amalgamable
amalgamate
amalgamated
amalgamates
amalgamating
amalgamation
amalgamations
amalgamative (current term)
amalgamator
amalgamators
amalgamize
amalgamized
amalgamizes
amalgamizing
amalgams
amandine
amandines
amanita
amanita phalloides
amanitas
amanitin
amanitine

Literary usage of Amalgamative

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1. Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education (1910)
"... the social center exerts an amalgamative influence upon the 1 Tenth Annual Report of the City Superintendent of Schools (New York City), p. ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1841)
"... of the notion that the metropolis is a gregarious, social, or amalgamative region, where men are easily fusible and compatible one with another. ..."

3. History of India by Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson, Romesh Chunder Dutt, Vincent Arthur Smith, Stanley Lane-Poole, Henry Miers Elliot, William Wilson Hunter, Alfred Comyn Lyall (1906)
"Added to this normally antagonistic element there had intervened in higher quarters an amalgamative process of intermarriage with Hindu females and an ..."

4. Rome and Its Story by Welbore St. Clair Baddeley (1904)
"The Palatine therefore may be regarded as that magical unit which, informed by the Genius of the Ancient Romans, was endowed with absorbent and amalgamative ..."

5. Diseases of Occupation and Vocational Hygiene by George Martin Kober, William Clinton Hanson (1916)
"... Rand is to mine the conglomerate, bring it to the surface, crush it to powder and extract the gold by the amalgamative and cyanide of mercury process. ..."

6. British Columbia and Vancouver's Island, Comprising a Description of These by Duncan George Forbes Macdonald (1862)
"The operation of lead in reducing gold and silver is similar to that of mercury,— namely, an amalgamative one. As early as June 1856, Governor Douglas ..."

7. Journal of the British Dental Association by British Dental Association (1888)
"The amalgamative Branch would certainly be stronger—on paper— than either of the two existing ones. That it would be really stronger I do not believe. ..."

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