nonmeditative

meditative

[med-i-tey-tiv]
adjective
given to, characterized by, or indicative of meditation; contemplative.

Origin:
1605–15; < Late Latin meditātīvus. See meditate, -ive

meditatively, adverb
meditativeness, noun
nonmeditative, adjective
nonmeditatively, adverb
nonmeditativeness, noun
unmeditative, adjective
unmeditatively, adverb


thoughtful. See pensive.
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meditative
1650s, from L.L. meditativus, from pp. stem of meditari (see meditation). Related: Meditatively.
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