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ative
abrogative
abréviative
adaptative
adjudicative
administrative
admirative
adversative
affirmative
agrégative
alternative
ampliative
annulative
appellative
approbative
approximative
appréciative
associative
augmentative
bourrative
captative
caritative
carminative
causative
combative
communicative
commutative
commémorative
comparative
confirmative
conglutinative
consultative
contemplative
contrarotative
coopérative
corporative
corrélative
créative
cumulative
curative
dative
dessiccative
dubitative
durative
déclarative
décorative
délibérative
démarcative
démonstrative
déprécative
dépréciative
dépurative
désignative
déterminative
estimative
exclamative
expectative
explicative
facultative
figurative
fixative
formative
fricative
fréquentative
fédérative
germinative
gustative
générative
initiative
interprétative
interrogative
intégrative
irritative
itérative
justificative
laudative
laxative
limitative
liquidative
locative
lucrative
législative
minorative
multiplicative
méditative
méliorative
narrative
native
nominative
non-figurative
normative
négative
oblative
optative
palliative
participative
pignorative
portative
potestative
privative
prorogative
prédicative
prérogative
préservative
pulsative
purgative
putative
péjorative
qualificative
qualitative
quantitative
radiative
rectificative
relative
représentative
revendicative
roborative
rotative
rébarbative
récapitulative
récréative
réduplicative
réitérative
siccative
significative
spéculative
subrogative
superlative
suppurative
sédative
ségrégative
taxative
tentative
terminative
translative
ulcérative
vindicative
végétative
vérificative
éducative
électronégative
énonciative
énumérative
évaluative

Dictionnaire des rimes. 2013.

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  • -ative — [ə tiv, āt′iv] [< Fr or L; Fr atif, fem. ative < L ativus] suffix forming adjectives of or relating to, serving to, tending to [demonstrative, informative, talkative] …   English World dictionary

  • ative — cre·ative·ness; ex·cit·ative; ex·ploit·ative; ex·plor·ative; fer·ment·ative; go ahead·ative·ness; per·me·ative; per·son·ative; phos·pho·ryl·ative; pre·vent·ative; pro·cre·ative; re·fut·ative; re·sult·ative; sanc·tion·ative; trans·mut·ative;… …   English syllables

  • -ative — suffix forming adjectives denoting a characteristic or propensity (authoritative; imitative; pejorative; qualitative; talkative). Etymology: from or after F atif ative or f. L ativus f. past part. stem at of verbs in are + ivus (see IVE): cf.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • -ative — suffix (forming adjectives) denoting a characteristic or propensity: pejorative. Origin from Fr. atif, ative or L. ativus (from past participle stems ending in at) …   English new terms dictionary

  • -ative — an adjective suffix expressing tendency, disposition, function, bearing, connection, etc., as in affirmative, demonstrative, talkative. See ive. {Latin ātivus ate1 + ive; representing also French atif (masculine), ative (feminine) …   Australian English dictionary

  • -ative — adjective suffix Etymology: Latin ativus, from atus ate + ivus ive of, relating to, or connected with < authoritative > ; tending to < talkative > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • -ative — a combination of ate1 and ive, used to form adjectives from stems in ate1 (regulative); on this model, because of the frequency and productivity of ate1, used independently to form adjectives from stems of other origin: normative. [ < L ativus,… …   Universalium

  • âtive — hâtive …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • -ative — suffix (in adjectives) liking something or tending to do something or show a particular quality: talkative (=liking to talk a lot) | argumentative (=enjoying arguments) | imaginative (=showing imagination) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • -ative — a·tive …   English syllables