Meaning of segregative in English:



See segregate

‘In attempting to create a more nuanced understanding of communal eating, Grignon suggests several binary typologies: domestic and institutional; everyday and exceptional; and segregative and transgressive.’
  • ‘If, after passage of the Civil Rights Act, the company willingly abandoned its facially segregative policy, it could still carry forward the effects of its past segregation through other already-existing facially neutral rules.’
  • ‘The declaration in itself is discriminatory, segregative and may affect other religious groups psychologically and fail to contribute to the spiritual well being of the country.’
  • ‘I then discuss the local implementation and segregative effects of urban renewal and public housing in Kansas City.’