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Definition of Adumbrative

Adumbrative
Adumbrative Ad*um"bra*tive, a. Faintly representing; typical. --Carlyle.

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- Mr. Truman is a Socialist. It is precisely because he is not that his adumbration of these policies is significant. They show that the failure of capitalism...
- respectively, needed "the suggestion of an explanation" and should be "adumbrated." Fitzgerald thanked Perkins for his detailed criticisms and stated, "With...
- [were] ready for the idea of a notional or abstract contract of the kind adumbrated by Locke". In contrast, Kenyon adds that Algernon Sidney's Discourses...
- Akhmatova became an important leader for Russian poetry. Her poem Requiem adumbrates the perils encountered during the Stalinist era. Another notable 20th-century...
- litotical when in the serious mode, constantly amplified, qualified, adumbrated upon, nuanced and renuanced, until the magazine's pale-gray pages became...
- mysticism to Arabic grammar and rhetoric are regarded as having been first adumbrated by Ali. According to a hadith which is narrated by Shia and Sufis, Muhammad...
- "Abbreviatores" in Latin) or Breviator was a writer of the Papal Chancery who adumbrated and prepared in correct form Papal bulls, briefs, and consistorial decrees...
- "lasting dynasty" (verse 28). Jon Levenson calls this an "undeniable adumbration" of Nathan's prophecy in 2 Samuel 7. Alice Bach notes that Abigail pronounces...
- Clarke's 2004 novel Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell has 185 footnotes, adumbrating fictional events before and after those of the main text, in the same...
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