- demonstration model,
- demonstrative pronouns,
Origin of demonstrative
Examples from the Web for demonstratively
That is, to read Men in Space is to encounter a novelist already aware of his capabilities, at times flexing them demonstratively.Must Read New Fiction: ‘Arcadia,’ ‘Men in Space,’ ‘The O’Briens,’ ‘Hot Pink’|Chloë Schama, Jacob Silverman, Wendy Smith, Daniel Roberts|March 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Were it demonstratively false, it would imply a contradiction, and could never be distinctly conceived by the mind.An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding|David Hume
These are actively and demonstratively dissatisfied with the Queen.Modern Leaders: Being a Series of Biographical Sketches|Justin McCarthy
He could not care for any one enthusiastically and demonstratively.Jennie Gerhardt|Theodore Dreiser
Whence by him alone are they known a priori and demonstratively.
Nulli jactantius mrent, quam qui maxime ltantur—None mourn so demonstratively as those who are in reality rejoicing most.
late 14c., "characterized by logic, based on logic," from Old French démonstratif (14c.), from Latin demonstrativus "pointing out, demonstrating," from past participle stem of demonstrare (see demonstration). Grammatical sense, "pointing out the thing referred to," is mid-15c. Meaning "given to outward expressions of feelings" is from 1819. Demonstrative pronoun is late 16c.