Their gift to us was very thoughtful and much appreciative.

I am wondering what could the bold term mean.

Other than that, would you learn me a proper synonym for it?

Many thanks

  • Is there more context? Given just that sentence, I would have chosen a different word. – miltonaut Dec 12 '14 at 11:38

The correct word there is appreciated. It means I/we/he/she/they appreciate it (or appreciated receiving it).

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