Correlative

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Correlative Meaning and Definition in Dictionary

Definitions from Wordnet 2.0


  • either of two correlated variables
  • expressing a reciprocal or complementary relation; "correlative conjunctions"
  • mutually related

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  • either of two correlated variables

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Wikipedia Meaning and Definition on 'Correlative'


  • Correlative: In grammar, correlatives are words that are separated in a sentence but function together to perform a single function. In English, examples are both—and
  • Correlative-based fallacies: In philosophy, correlative-based fallacies are informal fallacies based on correlative conjunctions. A correlative conjunction is a relationship between
  • Suppressed correlative: The fallacy of suppressed correlative is a type of argument that tries to redefine a correlative (one of two mutually exclusive options) so that one alternative
  • Denying the correlative: The informal fallacy of denying the correlative is an attempt made at introducing alternatives where there are none. It is the opposite of the false dilemma
  • Objective correlative: An objective correlative is a literary term referring to a symbolic article used to provide explicit, rather than implicit, access to such traditionally
  • Correlative rights doctrine: The correlative rights doctrine is a legal doctrine limiting the rights of landowners to a common source of groundwater (such as an aquifer) to a reasonable
  • Correlative verse: Correlative verse is a literary device used in poetrys from around the world; it is characterized by the matching of items in two different pluralities

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