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Correct spelling for PERAGATIVE

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Possible correct spellings for peragative

  • Pejorative
  • The term deadbeat parent is a pejorative term used by child support advocacy groups rather than by governmental child support agencies.

  • Predictive
  • Several theorists have stated that the fourfold models of acculturation are too simplistic to have predictive validity.

  • Proactive
  • The anniversary update introduces new features such as the windows ink platform, which eases the ability to add stylus input support to universal windows platform apps and provides a new "ink workspace" area with links to pen-oriented apps and features, enhancements to cortanas proactive functionality, a dark user interface theme mode, a new version of skype designed to work with the universal windows platform, improvements to universal windows platform intended for video games, and offline scanning using windows defender.

  • Hyperactive
  • Hyperactive apoptosis on the other hand, loss of control of cell death (resulting in excess apoptosis) can lead to neurodegenerative diseases, hematologic diseases, and tissue damage.

  • Prerogative
  • Resuming, by a strong effort, all the external indifference habitual to his manner, he attempted to enter into a conversation with those of the party who were next to him but his remarks produced answers brief and cold; even lord aspeden forgot his diplomacy and his smile; lord st. george replied to his observations by a monosyllable; and the duke of haverfield, for the first time in his life, asserted the prerogative which his rank gave him of setting the example,-his grace did not reply to lord borodaile at all.

  • Reactive
  • Amino acid n-carboxyanhydrides, also called leuchs anhydrides, are reactive derivatives of amino acids.

  • Purgative
  • An infusion made from one drachm of the dried flowers, or from half an ounce of the fresh flowers, has a purgative effect.

  • Predicative
  • Japanese adjectives that do not fall into either of these categories are usually grouped into a grab-bag category: attributives (連体詞, rentaishi, literally "attributive") these may only occur before nouns, not in a predicative position.

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