Instructive vs Informatory - What's the difference?

instructive | informatory | Synonyms |

Instructive is a synonym of informatory.


As adjectives the difference between instructive and informatory

is that instructive is conveying knowledge, information or instruction while informatory is providing or communicating information.

As a noun instructive

is (linguistics) a case in the finnish language it expresses the means or the instrument used to perform an action.

instructive

English

(wikipedia)

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • conveying knowledge, information or instruction.
  • Well, that was an instructive lesson.

    Synonyms

    * informative

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (linguistics) A case in the Finnish language. It expresses the means or the instrument used to perform an action.
  • informatory

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Providing or communicating information.
  • I learned much from what she said, it was a very informatory speech.

    Synonyms

    * informative, instructive

    Antonyms

    * uninformative