Approximative [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Approximative:

Self-Esteem (the 12th of Spurzheim, 8th of Gall) is well located and described with approximative correctness.

A is here used as expressly an approximative result; as in 'an eight days,' Luke ix.

There may therefore be room for debate as to the more or less approximative character of our concepts of the absolute.

The date, therefore, which I have given, is only intended as an approximative truth.

Could it not easily be conceived according to the approximative aphorism, Show me your Glove, I will tell you who you are.

Twenty-five millions is the most moderate approximative figure which the valuations of special science have set upon it.

It is evident that these calculations are only approximative, but they can also be proved in another way.

To me this assimilation has generally appeared approximative.

No rational thinker hopes to discover more than some few primary actions of law, and some approximative theory of growth.

For rough approximative results Dr Smiths process will be found a very useful and convenient one.