- s capable of mentally absorbing
assimilative processes", "assimilative capacity of the human mind
- s capable of taking (gas, light, or liquids) into a solution
an assimilative substance
- A name change may spell assimilative success, but Stein recognizes that it also contains a rueful hint of cultural extinction.
- Even so, Editor Thernstrom notes, "the assimilative powers of this society have been fantastic.
- His mastery of English contains elements of a quasi alien's act of assimilative will, an acute tuning of the ear to the language of success and survival.
- LK Advani in Daily News & Analysis
Zakaria argues that it is this non-doctrinaire character that gives Hinduism its absorptive and assimilative power. I hold that it is this Hindu ethos that accounts for the success of both democracy as well as secularism in India,Advani said.