Correct spelling for SUGGETIVE

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Possible correct spellings for suggetive

  • Purgative
  • Some of the plants were once used as a purgative, as in the case of the officinal polyporus, the great puff ball, etc.

  • Skydive
  • Banzai cliff, one of the sites of mass japanese suicide on the island of saipan during world war ii banzai skydive, the act of throwing a parachute out of a plane and trying to catch up to it mid fall, put it on, and deploy it before hitting the ground

  • Fugitive
  • The colonists pursued their fugitive slaves, and soon were at open war with the jesuits.

  • Sportive
  • "apparently not greatly afflicted by it either," said the captain, adopting rosie's sportive tone.

  • Secretive
  • Whereupon, once, with a spark of ardent irritation, he told her she was very "secretive."

  • Selective
  • But there is much still to be accomplished by the enthusiastic spirit, the keen and selective mind, in the study of this ancient land, the cradle and the grave of nations.

  • Negative
  • Physical examination on the first admission was negative.

  • Supportive
  • Forty-five percent of supportive newspapers cited the increased potential for annexing british columbia in their support, and the new york times stated that, consistent with sewards reason, alaska would increase american trade with east asia.

  • Sedative
  • Under the sedative influence thus administered, mrs. vimpany put away her book, and descended at once from the highest poetry to the lowest prose.

  • Seductive
  • The band of the guards is ringing out the most seductive of valses.

  • Suggestive
  • How soft and summer-like was the still atmosphere, how suggestive the comprehensive view!