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admonitory (adj.)

"containing an admonition," 1590s, from Late Latin admonitorius, from Latin admonitus, past participle of admonere "to advise; to warn" (see admonish). Related: Admonitorily; admonitorial.

updated on November 01, 2016

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Definitions of admonitory from WordNet

admonitory (adj.)
serving to warn;
admonitory (adj.)
expressing reproof or reproach especially as a corrective;
Synonyms: admonishing / reproachful / reproving
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