Dis*cre"tive (?), a. [L. discretivus. See Discrete.]

Marking distinction or separation; disjunctive.

Discretive proposition Logic & Gram., one that expresses distinction, opposition, or variety, by means of discretive particles, as but, though, yet, etc.; as, travelers change their climate, but not their temper.


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