Definition of Detractive. Meaning of Detractive. Synonyms of Detractive

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Definition of Detractive

Detractive
Detractive De*tract"ive, a. 1. Tending to detractor draw. [R.] 2. Tending to lower in estimation; depreciative.

Meaning of Detractive from wikipedia

- In Christian theology, detraction is the sin of revealing another person's real faults to a third person without a valid reason, thereby lessening the...
- Lesmone detrahens, the detracted owlet, is an owlet moth in the family Erebidae. The species was first described by Francis Walker in 1858. The MONA or...
- Since May 2018, tweet replies deemed by an artificial intelligence to be detractive from conversation are initially hidden, and only loaded through actuating...
- result of the famine caused by the **** regime. Such arguments in no way detract from the unique nature of Auschwitz — the mobilization of leading-edge...
- commoner. Their pairing is among the worst of the Autobot Headmasters, often detracting, not adding, to Highbrow's effectiveness in combat as he refuses to listen...
- energy, social capital) to benefit one's offspring. Parental investment detracts from a parent's capacity to invest in ****ure reproduction and aid to kin...
- circulation in the first place. The following table shows coins that have detracting features. Coin dealers will normally grade these coins at or below the...
- The company's policy requires users to forego anonymity, which may also detract from users' willingness to leave negative reviews. These factors may damage...
- illustration of the fact that time devoted to God in prayer not only does not detract from effective and loving service to our neighbour but is in fact the inexhaustible...
- "desire as 'Look'" is ****ociated with theoretical distinctions always detracted by Deleuze, in what he regarded as its essential error to recognize "desire...