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perversive

[per-vur-siv]
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adjective
  1. tending to pervert.
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Origin of perversive

1685–95; < Latin pervers(us) perverse + -ive
Related formsnon·per·ver·sive, adjectiveun·per·ver·sive, adjective
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Related Words for perversive

melancholy, sullen, grouchy, testy, cranky, dour, sad, ugly, gloomy, glum, surly, mournful, incendiary, riotous, underground, insurgent, acrimonious, blue, brusque, cantankerous

British Dictionary definitions for perversive

perversive

adjective
  1. perverting or tending to pervert
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