Definition of Privatively

1. adv. In a privative manner; by the absence of something; negatively.



Definition of Privatively

1. Adverb. In a privative manner; by the absence of something; negatively. ¹

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Definition of Privatively

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Privatively

privatise
privatised
privatiser
privatisers
privatises
privatising
privatism
privatisms
privatissimum
privatissimums
privatist
privatists
privative
privative a
privative as
privatively (current term)
privativeness
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privatization
privatizations
privatize
privatized
privatizer
privatizers
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prived
priveledge
prively
privet

Literary usage of Privatively

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1. Psychology and Natural Theology by Owen Aloysius Hill (1921)
"A perfection is privatively absent from a thing, when the thing's nature ... Sight is privatively absent in a blind man; negatively absent in a stone. ..."

2. Psychology and Natural Theology by Owen Aloysius Hill (1921)
"Perfection makes a thing perfect, and a thing can be perfect in two ways, simply perfect and perfect after a manner, or perfect privatively and perfect ..."

3. A Grammar of the Greek Language: Chiefly from the German of Raphael Kühner by William Edward Jelf (1851)
"Où can also stand with the infin. when it defines privatively some particular notion ... Où must also be used when it is privatively joined with the subst., ..."

4. The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor by Jeremy Taylor, Charles Page Eden, Reginald Heber, Alexander Taylor (1850)
"But 'carnality/ or the state of being in the flesh, is not only 'privatively' opposed but 'contrarily' also to the spiritual state, or the state of grace. ..."

5. The Organon, Or: Logical Treatises, of Aristotle. With the Introduction of by Aristotle (1902)
"4. Whether habit be denned by privation, or a contrary by a contrary. 5. Whether of what is privatively predicated, the subject is not assigned. 6. ..."

6. The Metaphysics of the School by Thomas Harper (1881)
"Primordial Matter is said to be numerically one, not positively', but, as one may say), privatively. For numerical unity is positively predicated of that ..."

7. The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor...: With an Essay by Jeremy Taylor (1851)
"For " animality," which is a relying upon natural principles without revelation, is a state privatively opposed to the " Spirit ; " and a man in that state ..."

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