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ap·poin·tive

 (ə-poin′tĭv)
adj.
Relating to or filled by appointment: an appointive office.

appointive

(əˈpɔɪntɪv)
adj
chiefly US relating to or filled by appointment: an appointive position.

ap•poin•tive

(əˈpɔɪn tɪv)

adj.
pertaining to or filled by appointment: an appointive office.
[1880–85, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.appointive - relating to the act of appointing; "appointive powers"
2.appointive - subject to appointment
elected, elective - subject to popular election; "elective official"
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Under Section 10, Article 16 of the Malacanang-endorsed BTC version of BBL, 'officials holding appointive positions shall continue to perform their functions in accordance with schedule' under the plan to be crafted by the Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA).
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Whoever wins could remain as commissioner for a long time, elected again and again to an office that ought to be appointive.
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While I appreciate the offer to 'keep me in mind' if I was interested in a new, appointive public service position at some point in the future, I have decided that I will not tender my resignation at this time," Akin wrote in a letter to Patrick dated Tuesday.
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Marines in World War II, is a mother, grandmother, poet, painter, writer and has held several elective and appointive positions in her town; she was the first female selectman.
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