(comparative more connotative, superlative most connotative)
The definition of connotative is describing or suggesting something by using an implication or making an association.
An example of connotative is saying a soup is "hot as a pistol."
- A recap of a show and daily update vary in connotative use.
- Herodotus, like Homer, has a denotative as well as a connotative use.
- The " whole " (omne) of the dictum, the major term, ceases to be taken in extension, and becomes intensive or connotative, and the inference consists in subsuming the minor under (bringing it into connexion with) the major.