Words nearby referential
OTHER WORDS FROM referentialref·er·en·tial·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for referential
Perhaps the word “hipster” has now lost all referential meaning.
Chabon, though as referential as Pynchon, has never been one to code his allusions; he flies them proudly.‘Telegraph Avenue’: Michael Chabon on His Obsessive Novel of Fandom|Josh Dzieza|September 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Radin noticed that some of the contemporary work was referential—harking back to Vermeer, say, or Raphael.
Paradoxically, the loss of the center also means that human beings lose their central role and referential value.
Compare a referential scenario, the first of the three which follow, with the other two.Dramatic Technique|George Pierce Baker
The advent of writing changed politics because it attached written testimony to it, which became a referential element.
The written, as we know, almost constantly appeared together with other referential systems, especially images.
What is of peculiar interest is the symptom in his malady called "referential ideas."Iconoclasts|James Huneker