Origin of auditive
1400–50; late Middle English auditif (< Middle French) < Medieval Latin audītīvus, equivalent to Latin audīt(us) past participle of audīre to hear + -īvus -ive
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Examples from the Web for auditive
He is an "auditive" as well as a "visualist," to employ the precious classification of the psychiatrists.Unicorns
Exceptional visual and auditive imaging power are rarely present in the same individual.A Librarian's Open Shelf
Arthur E. Bostwick
Simply because our auditive perception has assumed the habit of saturating itself with visual images.Bergson and His Philosophy
J. Alexander Gunn
The visual sense had here been rapidly replaced by the tactual and auditive senses.
What we call the auditive organ is in the lower animals simply a sac containing auditive stones.