Definition of residual:
Usage examples :
With regard to income distribution, collective farm members are residual claimants entitled to share whatever remains after completion of compulsory deliveries to the state; provision of prescribed investment and operating funds for the farm; payment for irrigation water, machine- tractor station services, and other outstanding obligations; and setting aside 2 percent of the income for social assistance to members."Area Handbook for Albania", Eugene K. Keefe Sarah Jane Elpern William Giloane James M. Moore, Jr. Stephen Peters Eston T. White.
In the case of the concept the residual element is intellectual, and in the case of the sentiment it is a complex in which the feeling element is predominant."The Mind and Its Education", George Herbert Betts.
In practice science has owed much of her progress to the study of" residual phenomena""Evolution", Frank B. Jevons.
Thus we speak of the National government as enjoying delegated or enumerated powers, while the state governments have residual or unenumerated powers."Problems in American Democracy", Thames Ross Williamson.