correlative correlative


  1. (n) either of two or more related or complementary variables
  2. (adj) mutually related
  3. (adj) expressing a reciprocal or complementary relation



  1. He was instrumental in starting a correlative agency in Canada.
  2. In a photograph, almost any object could be made to appear as a correlative for the artist's interior state.
  3. Sometimes, in an obvious visual correlative, the X's are in pairs: a double cross.


  • Netmark Publishes Correlation Study

    Netmark, an internet marketing agency, is publishing a new correlative study on website ranking factors. This landmark research looks at several hundred keywords and keyphrases and compares thousands of data points to not only identify what is truly important in ranking, but also in what quantities and ratios. (PRWeb June 13, 2013) Read the full story at ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "Contrary to the allegation of some quarters, the people's vigorous prosecution of the criminal case [against Smith] does not conflict with the government's correlative duty to faithfully comply with its treaty obligations [that] equally form part...
    on Dec 15, 2006 By: Antonio Eduardo Nachura Source: Manila Standard Today

  2. "To me, the thing I loved as a kid was the way [of] the Marvel universe," says Penn. "The thing that was inspiring to me, and I do think there's a correlative with Greek Mythology, was the way it was not just a comic book or a story, but it...
    on May 3, 2007 By: Zak Penn Source: IGN

  3. Agreement to use streets can be given only by the city, as owner, and "consent is correlative with the power to withhold (that) consent," committee attorney Glenn Amster said.
    on Sep 8, 2004 By: Glenn Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

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