precisive

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[pri-sahy-siv]

Origin of precisive

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1670–80; < Latin praecīs(us) (see precise) + -ive

precisive

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[pri-sahy-siv]
adjective
  1. characterized by accuracy or exactness: a precisive method of expressing oneself.

Origin of precisive

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First recorded in 1800–10; precis(ion) + -ive
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