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Usage Examples for SUSPENSIVE

  1. The House of Commons may, as was explained, assent in minor matters to the revision of the House of Lords, and submit in matters about which it cares little to the suspensive veto of the House of Lords; but when sure of the popular assent, and when freshly elected, it is absolute, it can rule as it likes and decide as it likes. - "The English Constitution" by Walter Bagehot
  2. The President of France, on the other hand, possesses only a suspensive veto. - "The Governments of Europe" by Frederic Austin Ogg
  3. The suspensive tone which the voice assumes at the end of the interrogation is indicative of incompleteness of thought; and indication of incompleteness is the characteristic function of all rising intervals. - "The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886" by Ministry of Education
  4. True, they accorded to the king the right to postpone for a time the execution of an act of the legislature- the so- called " suspensive veto"- but they deprived him of all control over local government, over the army and navy, and over the clergy. - "A Political and Social History of Modern Europe V.1." by Carlton J. H. Hayes
  5. But as he notes the action of the other, the contemptuous smile at his enthusiasm, perhaps a sarcastic remark about Shelley, there is a sudden, abrupt pause after " started at" which is given with a rising or suspensive inflection. - "Browning and the Dramatic Monologue" by S. S. Curry