educative educative


  • (adj) resulting in education


  1. Still other critics of the courses argue that the schools are illicitly taking over an educative function that properly belongs in the home or with the churches.
  2. In addition, educative projects are far more often benefited in the wills of rich men than any other type of philanthropy.
  3. Musical charm plus educative value.


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    FULTON - The Churchill Museum's Education Department organized a homeschool day on Wednesday. Families could visit the museum and children could participate in educative and hands-on activities throughout the facility.
    on March 13, 2014     Source: KOMU Columbia


  1. She also once said of the hearings a "repetition of platitudes has replaced discussion of viewpoints," and "such hearings serve little educative function, except perhaps to reinforce lessons of cynicism that citizens often glean from...
    on Jun 30, 2010 By: Elena Kagan Source: Politico

  2. "In the context of the current controversy about Navin Chawla, it would be educative to compare Article 124 dealing with the Supreme Court, with Article 324 laying down provisions relating to the Election Commission," said Advani.
    on Feb 2, 2009 By: LK Advani Source: Sify

  3. "I am really looking forward to working with Anupam Kher, and it'll be exciting, it'll be educative. I'll learn things on the set everyday. We are going to be doing some workshops together to make sure," said Dhupia.
    on Jun 7, 2010 By: Neha Dhupia Source: Daily News & Analysis

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propriety propriety
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