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Correct spelling for PORAGETIVE

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Possible correct spellings for poragetive

  • Pejorative
  • Dembner (1996) reported a universal "disdain for the term 'pygmy" among the pygmy peoples of central africa: the term is considered a pejorative, and people prefer to be referred to by the name of their respective ethnic or tribal groups, such as bayaka, mbuti and twa.

  • Proactive(Definition of proactive)
  • The foundation awards grants to public and private adoption agencies to hire adoption professionals who implement proactive, child-focused recruitment programs targeted exclusively on moving america’s longest-waiting children from foster care into adoptive families.

  • Purgative(Definition of purgative)
  • These are combined, however, with a purgative of greater activity, most probably jalap.

  • Protective(Definition of protective)
  • The law was first enacted in oliver cromwell's day, at a time when the dutch were rivals on the sea, and when it was thought desirable to repress, by protective legislation, the energy of such experienced seamen and pushing traders.

  • Productive(Definition of productive)
  • Tree very vigorous and productive.

  • Practice(Definition of practice)
  • To my way of thinking it is a lazy slipshod way of carrying on the practice of medicine.

  • Proactively
  • The act would have established a $140 billion trust fund in lieu of litigation, but as it would have proactively taken funds held in reserve by bankruptcy trusts, manufacturers and insurance companies, it was not widely supported either by victims or corporations.

  • Prerogative(Definition of prerogative)
  • You have brought insult upon our sacred order, and have caused bold and impious defiance of our high prerogative.

  • Primitive(Definition of primitive)
  • Delight in the earth is a primitive instinct.

  • Corrective(Definition of corrective)
  • Many were the strange, gladsome, hopeful, corrective thoughts born in him of the gems in mr. burns's shop, and he owed the reform much to the man whose friendship he had cast from him.

  • Practise(Definition of practise)
  • Afterwards, when a law-student, and, still later, when i began to practise my profession, we lived together in a rare old house at fulham, with high garden walls and-but i forget, you do not know london perhaps.

  • Procreative(Definition of procreative)
  • If maternal love were confined strictly to the female parent, and the procreative instinct were the legitimate inheritance of the male only, we could never hope for a perfect sexual union, for the very cogent reason that the love of the male would never equal that of the female, since our capacity grows by becoming diffused.

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