Lexicographical Neighbors of Originatively
Literary usage of Originatively
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Nature and the Supernarural, as Together Constituting the One System of God by Horace Bushnell (1861)
"We must not imagine, because he is a power, able in his action to set himself above all natur?l causes and act originatively as from himself, ..."
2. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1906)
"I call our Theism idealistic, both because it traces matter, originatively, to spirit, and because it makes spirit or conscious experience that through ..."
3. The Difficulties of Romanism by George Stanley Faber (1829)
"... resting upon them in its progress from God to God, that relics are honoured. Therefore, the self-same worship, which originatively and ..."
4. The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine (1870)
"The fact that he was " a power able in his action to set himself above all natural causes, and to act originatively as from himself," does not in itself ..."
5. An Original and illustrated physiological and physiognomical chart by Joseph Simms (1873)
"... that is ever inventing and occasioning in concert with kindred minds, you will follow your natural bent by being originatively inclined. ..."