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In other words, descriptively, Khalidi thinks Foxman is right."No Light Between the U.S. and Israel”
May 23, 2013
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This essay treats the subject historically and descriptively.Talks about Flowers.
M. D. Wellcome
Something similar, descriptively, might be said of Alderley Edge.Country Rambles, and Manchester Walks and Wild Flowers
Leo H. Grindon
And she searched anxiously for words which might be set dramatically, descriptively.The Way of Ambition
The court-yard itself had likewise been descriptively entitled in old time, Cripple Corner.No Thoroughfare
Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins
Moreover, his leading motives themselves are descriptively or soulfully melodious as the requirement may be.How to Appreciate Music
1751, from Late Latin descriptivus, from descript-, past participle stem of describere (see description). Related: Descriptively; descriptiveness.