damnatory

ADJECTIVE
  1. threatening with damnation
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How To Use damnatory In A Sentence

  • I wish you to watch these closely, judging them as a whole, and treating them as I have asked you, and favour me with your damnatory advice. Vailima Letters
  • Memory foam pillow top were transmontane with curtained whisky and greed than any pyrolignic sumptuosity damnatory in the aortic maimed and a uncannily. Rational Review
  • So the doctor, having read the epistle out to Myra and Mrs. Portman, with many damnatory comments upon the young scapegrace who was goin deeper and deeper into perdition, left those ladies to spread the news through the Clavering society, which they did with their accustomed accuracy and despatch, and strode over to Fairoaks to break the intelligence to the widow. The History of Pendennis
  • Word of God, saving and damnatory, is implied (Isa 50: 4; Joh 12: 48; Heb shaft -- (Ps 45: 5). Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • Anything that falls outside the purview of our classification is considered either miraculous or damnatory.
  • By the time I had spotted this damnatory news item, it was mid morning here and I was at work.
  • “Excuse me,” said one, in a damnatory officious voice. Kangaroo
  • The same damnatory clause is also wedged in at the close of the first and at the beginning of the second part.
  • It is the most damnatory biography that ever found its way into print. Mark Twain: A Biography
  • Your opinion as to the letters as a whole is so damnatory that I put them by. Vailima Letters
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