registrative

Definitions

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  • adjective Relating to registration, registering or record-keeping.

Etymologies

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From registration +‎ -ive

Examples

  • Jesus was not of the family of David (see Chap. XV.), and if he had been, we should still not imagine that his parents should have been forced, for an operation purely registrative and financial, to come to enrol themselves in the place whence their ancestors had proceeded a thousand years before.

    The Life of Jesus

  • Jesus was not of the family of David (see Chap. XV.), and if he had been, we should still not imagine that his parents should have been forced, for an operation purely registrative and financial, to come to enrol themselves in the place whence their ancestors had proceeded a thousand years before.

    The Life of Jesus

  • Looking is a voluntary act, — it is the man within coming to the window; seeing is a state, — passive and receptive, and, at the best, little more than registrative.

    Spare Hours

  • Lieutenant Toby Rien with the Fresno County Sheriff's department said, "He's a registered sex offender and he's under the registrative control of the Fresno Police Department."

    CBS 47: Local News

  • Lieutenant Toby Rien with the Fresno County Sheriff's department said, "He's a registered sex offender and he's under the registrative control of the Fresno Police Department."

    CBS 47: Local News

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