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precatory (adj.)

"relating to or expressing prayer, being in the form of a prayer or supplication," 1630s, from Late Latin precatorius "pertaining to petitioning," from precatorem "one who prays," agent noun from precari "to pray" (from PIE root *prek- "to ask, entreat").

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Definitions of precatory

precatory (adj.)
expressing entreaty or supplication;
precatory overtures
Synonyms: precative
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