Definition of Reductiveness

1. Noun. The quality of being reductive, of reducing things to their components ¹



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Definition of Reductiveness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reductiveness

reduction nucleus
reduction potential
reduction to the absurd
reductional
reductionism
reductionisms
reductionist
reductionistic
reductionists
reductions
reductive
reductive dechlorination
reductively
reductiveness (current term)
reductivenesses
reductivism
reductivist
reductivists
reductoisomerase
reductone
reductones
reductor
reductors
reducts
reduit
reduits
redundance
redundances

Literary usage of Reductiveness

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1. Democracy and Governance Review: Mandela's Legacy 1994-1999 by Yvonne G. Muthien, Meshack M. Khosa, Bernard Magubane (2001)
"They repeat the appalling reductiveness of the ideology of nation-statism, as Maxted and Zegeye (1997a, p. 390) point out, by asserting that "the wealth of ..."

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