Definition of informatively in English:


Pronunciation /inˈfôrmədivlē/ /ɪnˈfɔrmədɪvli/

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See informative

‘Tod McAvoy also writes informatively from Japan.’
  • ‘However, if we were to intelligently and informatively argue the point to the extreme, we would find it makes absolutely no sense.’
  • ‘Valuable detail was added to the familiar image of Greene, who was placed informatively in a wider context.’
  • ‘But in other respects it is a marvellously readable, magnificently sweeping survey of Western thought, distinctive for placing it informatively into its historical context.’
  • ‘Qualitative approaches, such as those described by Bernard, increasingly serve our investigations informatively.’