Etymology
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percussive (adj.)

"of or pertaining to percussion," 1735, from Latin percuss-, past-participle stem of percutere "to strike hard" (see percussion) + -ive. It was used earlier as a noun, "a repercussive medicine" (late 14c.).

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Definitions of percussive

percussive (adj.)
involving percussion or featuring percussive instruments;
percussive music
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