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- adv. In an interpretative manner
- adv. With regard to interpretation
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By interpretation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By interpretation; so as to interpret or give ground for interpretation; inferentially.
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Or are we approaching this more interpretatively, trying to teach tools to get at a meaning?
"The magic and fluidity of the late play are more interpretatively accommodating," he explains.
In leading our scrutiny to critically and interpretatively relevant particularities, it leads us away from the aesthetically blinding presumption that it is the effect, brought about by the
Greenlee (1973, p. 137) suggests that for Peirce a type is "a habit controlling a specific way of responding interpretatively."
Unfortunately, Freud "discovered" it by fiat and defended it, as his followers still do, merely by applying it interpretatively and treating the resultant speculations as corroborative findings.
There is in all men by nature a depraved, vicious habit of mind, wherein they are alienated from the life of God; and there is no command given unto men for evangelical faith or obedience, but they can and do put forth a free positive act of their wills in the rejection of it, either directly or interpretatively, in preferring somewhat else before it.
Revolution Church, by their silent submission and compliance therewith, have, at least, interpretatively given their consent thereto.
Bigamy in general is the state of a man who has really or interpretatively contracted and consummated two valid or two invalid marriages, or one valid and the other invalid, or one real, and the other a spiritual, marriage.
-- "_Toutt bel bois -- toutt bel moune ka alle_," she adds, interpretatively.
Whatever have been men's intentions in taking that way, yet the thing done by them, hath tended to the advantage of the enemy, and hath divided these who should have been joined in the cause, to the great weakening of the power of the kingdom, and this, interpretatively, is to act for the mighty against the Lord.