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Privative

Priv´a`tive
a.1.Causing privation; depriving.
2.Consisting in the absence of something; not positive; negative.
3.(Gram.) Implying privation or negation; giving a negative force to a word; as, alpha privative; privative particles; - applied to such prefixes and suffixes as a- (Gr. ), un-, non-, -less.
n.1.That of which the essence is the absence of something.
2.(Logic) A term indicating the absence of any quality which might be naturally or rationally expected; - called also privative term.
3.(Gram.) A privative prefix or suffix. See Privative, a., 3.
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private security force
Private soldier
private treaty
Private way
private-enterprise
private-key cryptography
Privateer
Privateer war
Privateering
Privateersman
Privately
privately held corporation
Privateness
privates
Privation
privatise
-- Privative --
Privatively
Privativeness
privatize
Privatorum conventio juri publico non derogat
Privatum incommodum publico bono peusatur
Privement enceinte
Privet
privet andromeda
privet hedge
Privies
Privilege
privilege against self incrimination
privilege of the floor
Privileged
Privileged communication
Privileged communications
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