serving to eject.
Phonetics. (of a voiceless stop, affricate, or fricative) produced with air compressed above the closed glottis.
Phonetics. an ejective stop, affricate, or fricative.
Origin of ejective
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It applies with equal felicity to things and persons, to the objective and to the ejective realm.The Meaning of Truth
relating to or causing ejection
phonetics (of a plosive or fricative consonant, as in some African languages) pronounced with a glottal stop
phonetics an ejective consonant
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