conative

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From Latin conatio (an act of attempting)

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conative (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to a striving action.
    The conative, as opposed to the cognitive or affective, relates to purposeful, but not necessarily ultimately rational, action.

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conative

  1. feminine plural of conativo

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