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Correct spelling for DECTIEVE

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Possible correct spellings for dectieve

  • Deactivate(Definition of deactivate)
  • A panel of the heart rhythm society, a specialist organization based in washington, dc found that it was legal and ethical to honor requests by patients, or by those with legal authority to make decisions for patients, to deactivate implanted cardiac devices.

  • Reductive(Definition of reductive)
  • Decorative(Definition of decorative)
  • Miss vedder has called to life again the almost lost art of tapestry, and her productions of wonderful beauty are considered as among the most desirable in modern decorative art.

  • Active(Definition of active)
  • His mind, during the remainder of the play, was active.

  • Reactive(Definition of reactive)
  • Addictive
  • Alfredo de palchis addictive aversions is a series of erotic poems divided into three sections, moments, movements and mutations, but it is more than merely erotic love which concerns the poet.

  • Seductive(Definition of seductive)
  • Detective(Definition of detective)
  • I'm not a detective, and i don't want to know.

  • Educative(Definition of educative)
  • =-an examination of any ordinary educative process taken from school-room experience will show that it involves in some degree the factors mentioned above.

  • Fictive(Definition of fictive)
  • Directive(Definition of directive)
  • The directive power of the loadstone has been long known to the chinese, and it was brought over to europe about the year 1260.

  • Dative(Definition of dative)
  • The dative case (abbreviated dat, or sometimes d when it is a core argument) is a grammatical case used in some languages to indicate, among other uses, the noun to which something is given, as in "maria jacobī potum dedit", latin for "maria gave jacob a drink".

  • Digestive(Definition of digestive)
  • His digestive powers were not shaken though, and he said "i have just left the table, but i will bet that i eat a whole turkey."

  • Ductile(Definition of ductile)
  • The hottentot, ductile as wax, except about the price of the diamond, assented calmly; and next day they diverged, and got into forest scenery, and their eyes were soothed with green glades here and there, wherever the clumps of trees sheltered the grass from the panting sun.

  • Deductive(Definition of deductive)
  • Deductive inference, 442. deductive logic, definition of, 4. definition of terms, 347 sqq.

  • Defective(Definition of defective)
  • But as it was, the affair had gone forward in a jarring, uncomfortable manner, which annoyed and irritated him as would a defective, creaking piece of mechanism in one of his factories.

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