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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He has been variously labeled in various societies as traitor, patriot, blasphemer, messiah, prophet and more-all connotative of visions, danger, the extreme, the outre.
Voulkos's choice of a dark-blue salt glaze in this work is connotative of old New England crockery.
[5] But, while linking the mother to Ramses II seems to release her from being the feminized object of white masculine authority, there is some indication that Douglass's notion of Ramses II may well have been connotative of femininity.