dangosol, ddangosol, nangosol
Noun(1) a pronoun that points out an intended referent
Adjective(1) given to or marked by the open expression of emotion(2) serving to demonstrate
(1) It has been obvious in the last couple of training sessions we've had that he's more demonstrative and that can only be good news.(2) Apparently to this end, the local and temporal co-ordinates of the narrative are established with a demonstrative exactitude.(3) He has a lovely sense of humour, but he's not a demonstrative man.(4) Figure skating is much like the performing arts because of its demonstrative nature and its ability to be a showcasing of artistic beauty and physical nature.(5) He might seem to be a demonstrative person to you, but he's not!(6) For Plato, the proper method for seeking knowledge is not observation but demonstrative proof, or perhaps some other form of a priori reasoning.(7) They should conduct demonstrative asylums in and out of the country and propagate the value and effectiveness of the systems among the people.(8) Firstly, anthropologists, unlike classicists, have the societies they study before their very eyes and can hardly ignore the patently magical aspects of demonstrative public ritual.(9) With his loud voice and demonstrative personality, Weis usually sets the tone on the practice field.(10) It is no obstacle to theology that it cannot aim at conclusive demonstrative proof of the reality of God - there are many other worthwhile intellectual goals.(11) The best examples are the demonstrative pronouns this and that, for the reason that they are guaranteed a reference every time they are used.(12) Willis is a demonstrative player who wears his emotions on his sleeve.(13) He is very experienced in collating documents, summarizing evidence, arranging diagrammatic and demonstrative evidence and assisting with the general preparation for trial.(14) ├ö├ç├┐Subject├ö├ç├û here means the subject of the conclusion of the demonstrative syllogism.(15) In rehearsals, somehow, he digs deep and mines the heart of each scene, but not for a display of demonstrative emotion.(16) If imitation is a general category of artistic activity, repetition is an insistently demonstrative species of imitation.
(1) demonstrative pronoun :: rhagenw dangosol
1. expressive ::
2. indicative ::
3. convincing ::
4. illustrative ::
5. demonstrative pronoun ::
1. reserved ::
2. restrained ::
3. undemonstrative ::
Different Formsdemonstrative, demonstratively, demonstrativeness, demonstratives
English to Welsh Dictionary: demonstrative
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