1. Of, or relating to description.
  2. (grammar) Of an adjective, stating an attribute of the associated noun (as heavy in the heavy dictionary).
  3. (linguistics) Describing the structure, grammar, vocabulary and actual use of a language.
  4. (sciences, philosophy) Describing and seeking to classify, as opposed to normative or prescriptive.

Translate descriptive into Spanish
2 Describing or classifying in an objective and non-judgemental way.

Writer’s Workshop connects great children’s literature with children’s own writing experiences. In this video clip from our Launching Young Readers PBS series, Lynn Reichle’s second graders practice their use of descriptive writing.
Teacher Laura Torres created a lesson plan that uses images to jumpstart vivid writing: Three Descriptive Writing Picture Prompts.

What’s The Difference Between “i.e.” vs. “e.g.”?
Hence the superiority of the dramatic, in which of course we include the descriptive , over the sentimental.

Bring the world within your text to your reader
Schmieder argued that “descriptive writing could be used in all sections of an article or thesis: Introduction, Literature Review, Methodology, Results, and Conclusion”. The USC Libraries Research Guide on The Methodology supports the use of descriptive writing in that section of a paper stating, “The methods section describes actions to be taken to investigate a research problem and the rationale for the application of specific procedures or techniques used”.