presentative

adjective
pre·​sen·​ta·​tive | \ pri-ˈzen-tə-tiv How to pronounce presentative (audio) , ˈpre-zᵊn-ˌtā-\

Definition of presentative

: known, knowing, or capable of being known directly rather than through cogitation

First Known Use of presentative

circa 1842, in the meaning defined above

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