Abditive Ab"di*tive, a. [L. abditivus, fr. abdere to hide.] Having the quality of hiding. [R.] --Bailey. [1913 Webster]

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  • abditive — † abditive, a. Obs. 0 (ˈæbdɪtɪv) [f. L. abditīv us, f. abdit us: see prec. and ive.] ‘Having the power or quality of hiding.’ J. Bailey, whence in Johnson 1755, etc …   Useful english dictionary

  • abditive — adjective Having the quality of hiding …   Wiktionary

  • abditive —   a. remote; hidden …   Dictionary of difficult words

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