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Definition of Desitive

Desitive
Desitive Des"i*tive, a. Final; serving to complete; conclusive. [Obs.] ``Desitive propositions.' --I. Watts.
Desitive
Desitive Des"i*tive, n. (Logic) A proposition relating to or expressing an end or conclusion. [Obs.] --I. Watts.

Meaning of Desitive from wikipedia

- Desitively Bonnaroo is a 1974 album by New Orleans rhythm and blues legend Dr. John. The album was produced by Allen Toussaint and features sizable musical...
- collaborating with Allen Toussaint and The Meters, for his next album, Desitively Bonnaroo – from part of which a Tennessee festival took as its name –...
- Festival, an annual music festival held in Manchester, Tennessee, U.S. Desitively Bonnaroo, a 1974 album by Dr. John Bonaroo (band), a 1970s American pop...
- Booker covered the song on his album Gonzo: Live 1976 as a medley with "Desitively Bannaroo". Dave Matthews Band covered the song with special guests Preservation...
- was po****rized by New Orleans R&B singer Dr. John with his 1974 album Desitively Bonnaroo. Bonnaroo is derived from the French "bonne" pronounced [bɔn]...
- Moon & Herbs (1971) Dr. John's Gumbo (1972) In the Right Place (1973) Desitively Bonnaroo (1974) City Lights (1978) Tango Palace (1979) In a Sentimental...
- Dr. John's Gumbo (1972) In the Right Place (1973) Desitively Bonnaroo (1974)...
- Festival in Manchester, Tennessee. The six men performed Dr. John's album Desitively Bonnaroo which was originally recorded with the Meters, to a sold-out...
- Poppin' & Stompin' Feet (2002) The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings (2005) Desitively Bonnaroo (Atco Records, 1974), with Dr. John and The Meters. King Biscuit...
- of Dr. John albums In The Right Place (1973), Triumvirate, (1973), and Desitively Bonnaroo (1974). 1961: "My Baby Has Gone" / "St. Louis Sunset Twist: (Mel-O...
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