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Correct spelling for PERPGATIVE
We think the word perpgative is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for perpgative
- Operative(Definition of operative)
- Negative(Definition of negative)
- Purgative(Definition of purgative)
- Prerogative(Definition of prerogative)
- Perspective(Definition of perspective)
- Proactive(Definition of proactive)
- Perceptive(Definition of perceptive)
The free operative classes appealed to the governor for redress.
Receiving a negative, he introduced us.
So falls the standard of my prerogative in being a creature, a mist hangs o'er mine eyes, the sun's bright splendour is clouded in an everlasting shadow.
He stood, balanced, staring dreamily into the dim perspective; and again her fascinated eyes ventured to rest on the worn, white face, listless, sombre in its fixedness.
Consequently, the knowledge of every understanding, or at least of every human understanding, is a knowledge through conceptions,-not perceptive, but discursive.
The butchers apron is a pejorative term for the flag, common among irish republicans, citing the blood-streaked appearance of the flag and referring to atrocities committed in ireland and other countries under british colonial rule.