- of, relating to, or involving ideas or concepts.
Origin of ideational
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Examples from the Web for ideational
There is no need to add that my ideational abstinence went unrecognized and unrewarded.In Defense of Women
H. L. Mencken
Sometimes there is a development of this symptom from others which seem to be ideational in their origin.
The law of benign stupor is a limitation of energy, emotion and ideational content.
Inhibition: Restraint (Special) limitation of function, physical or ideational, due to unconscious emotional attitudes.Outwitting Our Nerves
Josephine A. Jackson and Helen M. Salisbury
In the case of stupors the situation is fairly simple, in that the ideational content is extremely limited.