Definition of monitorial in English:


Pronunciation /ˌmänəˈtôrēəl/


See monitor

‘As the blogger put it, we become monitorial citizens, and, I'd add, better citizens.’
  • ‘This may be an answer to the changing definition of citizenship: from the early 20th century notion of the informed citizen to the ‘monitorial citizen’ of today.’
  • ‘A lot of people had been cruel to him due to his monitorial status.’
  • ‘He was engaged to organize monitorial schools, teaching both secular and religious subjects.’