abortive rebellion

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  • abortive — abortively, adv. abortiveness, n. /euh bawr tiv/, adj. 1. failing to succeed; unsuccessful: an abortive rebellion; an abortive scheme. 2. born prematurely. 3. imperfectly developed; rudimentary. 4. Med. a. producing or intended to produce… …   Universalium

  • abortive — a•bor•tive [[t]əˈbɔr tɪv[/t]] adj. 1) failing to succeed; unsuccessful; fruitless: an abortive rebellion[/ex] 2) born prematurely 3) imperfectly developed; rudimentary 4) med producing or intended to produce abortion; abortifacient 5) med acting… …   From formal English to slang

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