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Things instructive often describes (“instructive ________”)
example, case, examples, lesson, book, contrast, lessons, illustration, work, study, comparison, reading, books, conversation, parallel, account, instance, experience, story, discussion, history, exercise, article, experiment, manner, passage, volume, illustrations, fact, value, cases, information, chapter, paper, matter, picture, works, articles, experiments, material, character, commentary, analogy, results, facts, model, remarks, series, comments, comparisons, role, analysis, light, essay, stories, parallels, lectures, comment, lecture, view, observations, companion, instances, letter, details, spectacle, discourse, points, experiences, tale, feature, document, introduction, insight, description, discussions, talk, incident, literature, hours, collection, passages, chapters, preacher, piece, conversations, insights, review, table, kind

How instructive often is described (“________ instructive”)
least, most, present, bibliographic, naked


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See instructive used in context: 1 rhyme, several books and articles.

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