Definition of Dominative

1. a. Governing; ruling; imperious.



Definition of Dominative

1. Adjective. Exhibiting or pertaining to domination. ¹

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Definition of Dominative

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dominative

dominant trait
dominantly
dominantly inherited Levi's disease
dominants
dominate
dominated
dominates
dominateth
dominating
dominating set
dominatingly
domination
domination number
dominations
dominative (current term)
dominator
dominators
dominatour
dominatours
dominatrices
dominatrixes
dominatrixlike
domine
dominee
domineer
domineered
domineering
domineeringly

Literary usage of Dominative

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1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1864)
"If a chain of three such dominative chords be formed (as FA C, CEG, GBD, or/fat* c, ... If to each of three dominative major chords we form the relative and ..."

2. The Government of Religious Communities: A Commentary on Three Chapters of by Hector Papi (1919)
"Religious superiors therefore of exempt clerical institutes enjoy a twofold power over their subjects, the dominative power arising from religious ..."

3. The Metaphysics of Aristotle by Aristotle (1857)
"Antiquity, happen that they assert things of this description es- the Magi, on account of their changing the dominative antecedence of principles of the ..."

4. Conscience and Law, Or, Principles of Human Conduct by William Humphrey (1896)
"It requires only dominative power. This power may belong to persons who ... There is not in it any exercise of power, whether jurisdictional or dominative. ..."

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