general, not issued for commemorative purposes (adjective)
a word, such as a definite article or demonstrative pronoun, that defines or limits something (noun)
an ordinary postage stamp that is part of a series of all denominations or is reprinted as needed to meet demand (noun)
Examples of word definitive
Dr Patricio Bustos, who directs Chile's Medical Legal Service, announced the autopsy results, which he described as definitive.
If a disarmament and the group's dissolution were fully implemented, ETA's move—which it referred to as a "definitive" halt to armed activity, rather than a cease-fire—would represent a milestone in Spanish history.
WELNA: Holbrooke told Luger he would go from the hearing back to Afghanistan, where he said he did not yet see what he called a definitive turning point in either direction.
FEYERICK (on camera): The Commission hopes to provide what it calls the definitive account of 9/11 and ways to save even more lives if a terror attack should happen again.
Dr. Patricio Bustos, who directs Chile's Medical Legal Service, announced the autopsy results, which he described as definitive.