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Demonstrative of   /dɪmˈɑnstrətɪv əv/   Listen
Demonstrative of

adjective
1.
Serving to prove or demonstrate.






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"Demonstrative of" Quotes from Famous Books



... seems, no letters,—a weakness, if it be a weakness, for which one is rather apt to applaud him in these days: but, on the other hand, nobody ever indulged more persistently in the habit of washing his dirty linen in public. Not even his idol Rousseau could be more demonstrative of his feelings and recollections. His Essays are autobiographical, sometimes even offensively; and after reading them we are even more familiar than his contemporaries with many points of his character. He loved to pour ...
— Hours in a Library - New Edition, with Additions. Vol. II (of 3) • Leslie Stephen



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