Sus*pen"sive (?), a. [Cf. F. suspensif. See Suspend.]

Tending to suspend, or to keep in suspense; causing interruption or delay; uncertain; doubtful.

"In suspensive thoughts." Beaumont. "A suspensive veto." Macaulay.

The provisional and suspensive attitude. J. Morley.

Suspensive condition ScotsLaw, a condition precedent, or a condition without the performance of which the contract can not be completed.


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