(prē zent′ə tiv, pri-)
- Eccles. designating a benefice to or for which a patron has the right of presentation
- Philos., Psychol. known or capable of being known directly, as by sense perception
See presentative in American Heritage Dictionary 4
a. Perceived or capable of being perceived directly rather than through association.
b. Having the ability to perceive something directly.
- Ecclesiastical Capable of naming or of being named to a benefice.
- pre·sentˈa·tive·ness noun
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