Assimilative [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Assimilative:

I refer to the assimilative fusion of psychical elements of differing origins.

They appear to have been more ferocious and less assimilative than the other conquering tribes.

Fat is only surplus tissue—the amount manufactured by the assimilative system over and above the needs of the body.

The fatal assimilative power of the Jew is revealed nowhere in music more sheerly than in the style of Mahler.

In Perugino the brilliant but most assimilative young student found just the master he needed.

But it is, as I have said, a chief glory of Christianity that it possesses this assimilative power.

His feeling is his own; but his genius seems to be rather assimilative than strictly creative.

The desert birds are still more remarkably protected by their assimilative hues.

The assimilative force of the American public school is eloquent testimony to the efficacy of the common and balanced appeal.

In literature, more swiftly assimilative and interpretative of the airy inrush, the signs were thickly bewildering.