Examples of instructive in a Sentence
an interesting and instructive lesson
an instructive demonstration of the proper way to pack a suitcase so your clothes don't arrive in a mess
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In this context Dr Masa’s path is perhaps instructive.
And while tax experts tell us that no one has undertaken a state-by-state comparison of exclusively commercial property taxes, WalletHub’s figures for residential properties are at least instructive.
But while Zolak may sound like an over-the-top homer to a Patriots hater, his commentary is mostly fair and often instructive.
This is perhaps instructive as voters in other parts of the country contemplate whether there is anything new in the latest effort to rebrand a party that has for years been at war with the private economy.
The 2014 cyberattack against Sony, which resulted in thousands of pages of personal and corporate e-mails being spilled across the Internet, was perhaps even more instructive.
But the entire episode is instructive of the convoluted nature of American health care policy.
Thinking back that many years is an instructive exercise in how quickly seemingly unassailable franchises can stumble while upstarts ascend.
What is perhaps most striking in Doherty’s instructive account is the Red Scare vitriol that emanated from observers, commentators, and the general public.
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Definition of instructive for English Language Learners
: providing knowledge or information : helping to instruct someone
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