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Synonyms for declarative

Synonyms for declarative

a mood (grammatically unmarked) that represents the act or state as an objective fact

relating to the use of or having the nature of a declaration

relating to the mood of verbs that is used simple in declarative statements

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The indigenous population has sought to use the art market declaratively, as a means of self-expression, self-determination and self-identification.
Mass media from our country signaled many times that generally, athlets are motivated by external factors, like material aspect, even if declaratively talking they consider that the obligativity of physical activities hours will respond with the wish of the students, as an internal motivation.
However, the requirement to apply a process approach has been carried out only declaratively by many enterprises.
It's not just that I know declaratively that I am perceived by others as an agent with particular properties; it's that that third-person view of myself is baked into my self-model as part of a mixed first- and third-person chimera.
Through a low salary, through the general disrespect displayed by the employer towards their work, through the dissolution of social unity among the workers, through the disappearance of trade unionism in their professional field, through the overall decrease in importance of their handicraft, skills or profession for the economy, the people in this category continue to see themselves as persistently undermined by an economic and political system which, by being incapable to provide for them and to respect their social and economic rights--paramount for the social class to which they belong and so cherished (at least declaratively) by the communist regime--, neglects and even breaches their civil and political rights.
Eliot is not declaratively political, but his poetry and poetics during the 1920s turn into some of the least apologetic, most virulently anti-Semitic images in all of the Western tradition.
In a final capitulation to patriarchal law, the game ends with Heather declaratively adopting the name her father gave her.
He said the ministers also looked into other significant subjects which come in line with the initiative of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz to move from the stage of cooperation to unity where the ministers discussed the possibility of approving indicative bills declaratively. (end).
list of declaratively recognized risks disclosed therein.
To encounter one of the many canvases declaratively grounded in the Western tradition--Las Mayas, for example, or Winter Hunt, both of which, looking back at Goya and Bruegel, were produced in 1958--the sense is of a compositional taking apart.
However, the declaratively promoted tolerance, coexistence and "equality" have not been properly implemented in practice.
In addition, Kazakbaev called on Member States not only declaratively show their commitment to combat racial discrimination, but also to take effective action by securing legally the prosecution of those accused of inciting racial hatred, and increase the punishment for such crimes in those countries that already have such a rule, to mark the 20th anniversary of the Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities.
Interestingly enough the recent crisis, pejoratively nicknamed the Facebook Revolution, (3) has so far "knocked down" only MENA republics (declaratively egalitarian and secular regimes of formal democracy).