AmpliativeAm"pli*a*tive\, a. (Logic) Enlarging a conception by adding to that which is already known or received. "All bodies possess power of attraction" is an ampliative judgment; because we can think of bodies without thinking of attraction as one of their immediate primary attributes. --Abp. W. Thomson.
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