educative

[ US /ˌɛdʒɪˈkeɪtɪv/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛd‍ʒuːkətˌɪv/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. resulting in education
    an educative experience
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How To Use educative In A Sentence

  • The educative process needs to begin early in a child's life.
  • Without the other, the free flow of educative information between the governed and policy makers is drastically affected thereby limiting the prospects of development.
  • The educative power of our academic institutions has never been lower: it is journalism that gives the lead.
  • Much of what constitutes educative efforts in Christian communities today is bland, feeble, and ineffectual.
  • For the growing tribe of philatelists in the city, stamp collection provides a window to the world with all the thrills and pleasures of an educative and fascinating hobby.
  • The sight of him, so sitting, tragically travestying man, has been considered, and is considered, "educative" by multitudinous audiences. CHAPTER XXXIII
  • an educative experience
  • It is an informative summary and a useful educative tool, saying all the right things that a beginner needs to know.
  • My concern is balance and underscoring the educative power of vocational interests.
  • Message to Diane: Should I allow my high purposes to be diverted by this literary humoresque, albeit one with an educative dimension? A MEANS TO EVIL
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