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len·i·tive

 (lĕn′ĭ-tĭv)
adj.
Capable of easing pain or discomfort.
n.
A lenitive medicine.

[Middle English lenitif, from Old French, from Medieval Latin lēnītīvus, from Latin lēnītus, past participle of lēnīre, to soothe, from lēnis, soft; see lē- in Indo-European roots.]

len′i·tive·ly adv.
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lenitively

(ˈlɛnətɪvlɪ)
adv
in a lenitive manner
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The classification accuracy is not high when k value is too small, so by increasing k, the classification accuracy increases drastically, and then the classification accuracy on IRIS fluctuates lenitively around 90%~95% when k remains in a certain region.