procreative

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pro·cre·a·tive

(prō'krē-ā-tiv),
Having the power to beget or procreate.

procreative

(prō′krē-ā′tĭv)
adj.
1. Capable of reproducing; generative.
2. Of or relating to procreation: the procreative instinct.

pro·cre·a·tive

(prō'krē-ā'tiv)
Having the power to beget or procreate.
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In the part of Fiji in which his fieldwork was carried out an adjective meaning 'small' may be appended to kin terms to signal certain classificatory as opposed to procreatively close members of a particular kin class, who perforce provide the foci of that class (Quain 1948:247, 280).
Since, within a fundamentally unified anthropology, the right reason of properly moral virtue is impressed on the sense appetites, the body itself becomes subject and principle of procreatively responsible sexual behavior.
Last June, I attended the wedding of a--substitute your favorite adjective--inactive, ex-clerical, irregular, noncanonical, fallen, shamed, or procreatively challenged Catholic priest.