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connotative (adj.)

1610s, "pertaining to connotation," from Medieval Latin connotativus, from past-participle stem of connotare "to signify in addition to the main meaning;" see connotation. Meaning "implying an attribute while denoting a subject" is from 1829 (J.S. Mill).

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Definitions of connotative from WordNet

connotative (adj.)
having the power of implying or suggesting something in addition to what is explicit;
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