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connotative at English => English (Moby Thesaurus II) Of Explained:

61 Moby Thesaurus words for "connotative":
allegorical, associational, connotational, definable,
demonstrative, denominative, denotational, denotative, designative,
diagnostic, emblematic, evidential, exhibitive, expressive,
extended, extensional, figural, figurative, full of meaning,
full of point, full of substance, identifying, ideographic,
idiosyncratic, implicative, indicating, indicative, indicatory,
individual, intelligible, intensional, interpretable, meaning,
meaningful, meaty, metaphorical, naming, pathognomonic, peculiar,
pithy, pointed, pregnant, readable, referential, representative,
semantic, semiotic, sententious, signalizing, significant,
significative, signifying, substantial, suggestive, symbolic,
symbolistic, symbological, symptomatic, symptomatologic,
transferred, typical

Connotative at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Connotative \Con*no"ta*tive\ (? or ?), a.
1. Implying something additional; illative.

2. (Log.) Implying an attribute. See {Connote}.

{Connotative term}, one which denotes a subject and implies
an attribute. --J. S. Mill.

connotative at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

adj : having the power of implying or suggesting something in
addition to what is explicit [ant: {denotative}]

connotative at English (WD) Of Explained:



Inter: en-ad » j
  • That implies or suggests something else.

    Derived terms

    * connotatively

    Related terms

    * connotation
    • connote


      * Portuguese: conotativo {{m}}
    • Romanian: conotativ



    Inter: head » it|adjective form Inter: f » p
  • Inter: feminine plural of » connotativo|lang=it

  • Translation: et » connotative
    Translation: tr » connotative
    Translation: vi » connotative
    Translation: zh » connotative