9-letter words that end in ve

  • 5th glove — (hardware, virtual reality)   A data glove and flexor strip kit (5th Glove DFK) sold by Fifth Dimension Technologies for $495 ($345 for the left-handed version, $45 for each extra flexor strip). The DFK provides a data glove, a flexon strip (with an elbow or knee-joint sensor), an interface card, cables, and KineMusica software. The package uses flexible optical-bending sensing to track hand and arm movement. The glove can be used with 5DT's ultrasonic tracking system, the 5DT Head and Hand tracker ($245), which can track movement from up to two metres away from the unit's transmitter.
  • abductive — (anatomy) Related or pertaining to abductor muscles and their movement. (Mid 19th century.).
  • abjective — tending to degrade, humiliate, or demoralize: the abjective influences of his early life.
  • acceptive — ready or willing to accept
  • accessive — Misspelling of excessive.
  • accretive — an increase by natural growth or by gradual external addition; growth in size or extent.
  • addictive — If a drug is addictive, people who take it cannot stop taking it.
  • adductive — of a nature that leads towards a change
  • adjective — An adjective is a word such as 'big', 'dead', or 'financial' that describes a person or thing, or gives extra information about them. Adjectives usually come before nouns or after link verbs.
  • adjustive — allowing for adjustment
  • admissive — tending to admit.
  • advective — relating to advection
  • adventive — (of a species) introduced to a new area and not yet established there; exotic
  • affective — relating to affects
  • agitative — tending to stir or agitate
  • air valve — a device for controlling the flow of air in a pipe
  • animative — Tending to animate; causing animation.
  • antessive — (grammar) Indicating the spatial relation of preceding or being before something.
  • aperitive — aperient.
  • arrestive — tending to arrest
  • ascensive — having the propensity to move in an upwards direction
  • aspersive — to attack with false, malicious, and damaging charges or insinuations; slander.
  • assentive — having the tendency to concur or comply
  • assertive — Someone who is assertive states their needs and opinions clearly, so that people take notice.
  • assistive — providing a means of reducing a physical impairment
  • assortive — to distribute, place, or arrange according to kind or class; classify; sort.
  • assuasive — soothing; allaying
  • attentive — If you are attentive, you are paying close attention to what is being said or done.
  • attritive — Causing attrition.
  • attuitive — characterized by attuition
  • autoclave — a strong sealed vessel used for chemical reactions at high pressure
  • back dive — a dive in which the diver stands on the springboard with the back to the water and jumps up, arching backward to land either feetfirst facing the springboard or headfirst facing away from the springboard.
  • backsolve — To determine the inputs that would lead to a given output in a mathematical system.
  • beg leave — to ask permission
  • beta wave — any of the electrical waves from the parietal-frontal regions of the brain, having frequencies from 13 to 30 hertz: a sign of mental activity and alertness
  • biconcave — (of a lens) having concave faces on both sides; concavo-concave
  • bijective — (of a function, relation, etc) associating two sets in such a way that every member of each set is uniquely paired with a member of the other
  • bioactive — (of a substance) having or producing an effect on living tissue
  • body wave — Geology. a transverse or longitudinal earthquake wave that travels through the interior of the earth (distinguished from surface wave).
  • bondslave — a person held in bondage.
  • brainwave — If you have a brainwave, you suddenly have a clever idea.
  • calf love — temporary infatuation or love of an adolescent for a member of the opposite sex
  • calmative — (of a remedy or agent) sedative
  • captative — (linguistics) Describing a verb (in some languages) that has a specific ending or other marker to indicate a hunting or catching function.
  • caressive — resembling a caress or tending to caress
  • causative — Causative factors are ones which are responsible for causing something.
  • cessative — (of a verbal form or aspect) expressing cessation.
  • champleve — of or relating to a process of enamelling by which grooves are cut into a metal base and filled with enamel colours
  • cognitive — Cognitive means relating to the mental process involved in knowing, learning, and understanding things.
  • cold wave — a sudden spell of low temperatures over a wide area, often following the passage of a cold front

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