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Synonyms for derivative

Synonyms for derivative

stemming from an original source

something derived from another

Synonyms for derivative

a compound obtained from, or regarded as derived from, another compound

a financial instrument whose value is based on another security

(linguistics) a word that is derived from another word

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resulting from or employing derivation

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Both in the political and academic arena, it became impossible now to dissociate East Indian identity from perceived notions of cultural retention, persistence of mores, and the discourses of derivativeness.
Delta Spirit - Ode To Sunshine IF IT'S not too much of a contradiction to say so, San Diego quintet Delta Spirit are highly original in their derivativeness, in the same way as The Bees or The Strokes.
DELTA SPIRIT - ODE TO SUNSHINE IF it's not too much of a contradiction to say so, San Diegan quintet Delta Spirit are original in their derivativeness.
Farmer Wants a Wife," The CW's latest lazily conceived reality series, scarcely bothers to conceal its "Bachelor"-covered-in-fertilizer derivativeness, and underscores the fact that the network is genetically incapable of avoiding condescension toward its viewers.
To go down this path (and some reviewers have) leaves us with little else to say about the book other than that it highlights in a readable, fast-paced way the centrally important issue of capitalist exploitation, but is marked by bland derivativeness, simplism and a cavalier approach to conventions of evidence.
On the contrary, imitation does not copy that which is prior, but produces and inverts the very terms of priority and derivativeness.
Transforming Edgar Cayce's supposed power of prophecy, Cayce's sensitivity to Tommy Hilfiger's perfect derivativeness, and therefore the purity of his logo as advertisement, is what allows her to perform her various contracted jobs: she is hired by multinational conglomerates to test whether the logos for their new products will be effective.
On an outstanding figure in the constitution of French Orientalism in the nineteenth century, Said writes: "Renan was a figure in his own right neither of total originality nor of absolute derivativeness.