- as•crip•tive[[t]əˈskrɪp tɪv[/t]] adj.cvb pertaining to, involving, or indicating ascription•Etymology: 1640–50 as•crip′tive•ly, adv.
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ascriptive — [ə skrip′tiv] adj. designating a society, group, etc. in which status is based on a predetermined factor, as age, sex, or race, and not on individual achievement ascriptively adv … English World dictionary
ascriptive — əˈskriptiv also aˈ adjective Etymology: Latin ascriptivus, adscriptvus, from ascriptus, adscriptus + ivus ive : relating to or involving ascription; specifically : entailing elements that attribute or impute rather than factually describe some… … Useful english dictionary
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ascriptive — ascriptively, adv. /euh skrip tiv/, adj. pertaining to, involving, or indicating ascription, esp. the attribution of qualities or characteristics. [1640 50; ASCRIPT(ION) + IVE; cf. L a(d)scriptivus supernumerary, DESCRIPTIVE, PROSCRIPTIVE] * * * … Universalium
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