Origin of separative
OTHER WORDS FROM separativesep·a·ra·tive·ly, adverbsep·a·ra·tive·ness, nounnon·sep·a·ra·tive, adjectiveun·sep·a·ra·tive, adjective
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How to use separative in a sentence
She had felt the moment of detached fancy as separative, and he had now to soothe her passionate weeping.
Philo struggled against the separative and exclusive tendency which characterized a section of his race.Philo-Judaeus of Alexandria|Norman Bentwich
The spread of infidelity in Germany appears to be the main cause of this separative tendency among the Pietists.Tent Work in Palestine|Claude Reignier Conder
The other sharp, mordicant and separative that begets nothing.A Discovrse of Fire and Salt (A Discourse of Fire and Salt)|Blaise de Vigenre
The first great feeling of separate nationalism brought in its train a whole host of new separative feelings.