Definition of instructive in English:

instructive

Syllabification: in·struc·tive
Pronunciation: /inˈstrəktiv
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

instructively

adverb
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  • Considering his instructively bizarre, virtually anonymous career, no one would have expected Micheaux to achieve this celebrity in cement.
  • One could instructively contrast this plan with the traditional blitzkrieg tactic used up to this point.
  • It becomes instructively frustrating to discover how many terms we take for granted in discussing ways of knowing, for which we have only visually oriented vocabulary.

instructiveness

noun
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  • In this connection, the jamming situation is of crucial importance for the instructiveness of exercises.

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