1. earnestly or solemnly entreating
    in adjuratory terms
  2. containing a solemn charge or command
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How To Use adjuratory In A Sentence

  • in adjuratory terms
  • Conciliation is a consensual process where litigation and arbitration are adjuratory processes in which parties have no control on the outcome of the dispute or the process.
  • There is a certain degree of grumpiness to the vocals, and yet they sound adjuratory.
  • After having spent an hour or so with WORDSWORTH'S sonnets I found my head so full of his sonorous adjuratory music that when in the middle of the night I woke as usual -- from three to four is the worst time -- my wooing of reluctant sleep took on a new fashion, and instead of repeating verses I made them. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, April 18, 1917
  • The emphasis will be on legislative, adjuratory and general policy-making process of administrative agencies.
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