connotative of

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Adj.1.connotative of - of or relating to a connotation
connotative - having the power of implying or suggesting something in addition to what is explicit
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Voulkos's choice of a dark-blue salt glaze in this work is connotative of old New England crockery.
Automakers embraced the sleek iconography of motion and aircraft-inspired materials connotative of Art Deco, creating memorable automobiles that still thrill all who see them.
Analyzing his career in reverse until the hiatus that preceded Jew, Lesser argues that it inaugurated a "Laudian" phase for Vavasour--and, alongside other plays like Dekker's Wonder of a Kingdom and The Noble Spanish Soldier, with it the category of "Laudian drama"--because "Jew" had by now become a (self-applied) code for Puritan, a figure for recalcitrant nonconformity more connotative of domestic schism than of the alien infiltration it had represented in the 1590s; to the extent that this reading remains at all alive to what we consider the moral ambivalence of the play, in the England of Marlowe's Cyprus the Christians are exposed as hypocritical and corrupt only because Barabas's divisiveness has corrupted them.