from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Common misspelling of excessive.
- adj. additional.
- adj. Relating to an act of access.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Additional.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Additional; contributory.
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I feel for the people of Haiti but we have to stop giving accessive aid to other countries.
Dhaka gone under Water by one night accessive rain fall by Mahfuzur Rahman
Dhaka gone under Water by one night accessive rain fall | GroundReport
Almost eighty parcent of total area has been affected for this accessive rainfall.
I'm currently involved in the ATB Action Network to boycott Ralph Lauren for thier accessive use of photo manipulation, perpetuating the unattainable ideal women are inflicted with every day.
It seems accessive and it seems like Oprah wants to assume the position of parent in the girls lives..
Giving a family of two adults and a baby $320 per month to feed themselves in not only accessive but irresponsible.
We follow-it's just a mass accessive accounting, and so our gross plan is a driver of depreciation as much as anything.
The amount is only accessive if one's download / upload limit is profoundly restricted.
10 MB isn't really that accessive, and a dowload limit of 1GB is really not a lot at all - especially when one considers that the last Apple Update that took Mac OS 10.5.2 to Mac OS