Meaning of adjuratory in English:


Pronunciation /adʒʊˈrət(ə)ri/



See adjure

‘There is a certain degree of grumpiness to the vocals, and yet they sound adjuratory.’
  • ‘The emphasis will be on legislative, adjuratory and general policy-making process of administrative agencies.’
  • ‘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.’