Also as·sim·i·la·to·ry [uh-sim-uh-luh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee] /əˈsɪm ə ləˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/.
Origin of assimilative
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Examples from the Web for assimilative
Or Mr. Waldner's assimilative opinion that he had seen only ice crystals.The Book of the Damned
We may call this stage the stage of the Assimilative Republic.A Short History of the World
H. G. Wells
Then his receptivity and assimilative powers are enormous, and he demands these in his reader.Birds and Poets
The assimilative and nervous systems can be trained to tolerate injurious influences to a remarkable degree.
Many of these are, in all probability, excretory products of no assimilative value to the plant.