Examples of reductive in a Sentence
a reductive interpretation of the theory
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To state it simply, Ed Piskor’s book is the history of the X-Men, but that’s entirely too reductive: This is a history of Xavier’s squad that doesn’t try to retcon or streamline or retell in anyway.
Not to be too reductive, but that’s the difference between 8-6 and 0-14.
To strip them down to a partisan identity is overly reductive and unworkable.
The exhibition corrects this reductive caricature, examining the way the push and pull between tradition and technology, individual and collective, have shaped the culture in unique ways.
Calling Taylor a mobile quarterback is a bit reductive.
But such reductive remembrances would discredit what was, in its own right, a smash hit LP -- for one week, at least.
Even worse is that Kerrigan’s interpretation of working women comes to seem troublingly reductive.
At the risk of being reductive, the falling cost of automotive-grade lithium batteries.
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