commendatory definition

  • adjective:
    • Serving to commend.
    • Serving to commend or compliment; complimentary
    • offering to commend; containing compliments or commendation; commending; praising.
    • keeping a benefice in commendam.
    • offering to commend.
    • Serving to commend or compliment; free
    • Serving to commend; containing compliments or commendation; commending; praising.
    • keeping a benefice in commendam.
  • noun:
    • A commendation; eulogy.
    • A commendation; eulogy.
    • A commendation; a eulogy.
    • one that holds a benefice in commendam.
    • See commendam.
    • Also commendatary.
    • A commendation; eulogy.
    • A commendation; eulogy.
    • A commendation; a eulogy.
    • one that holds a benefice in commendam.
    • See commendam.
    • In addition commendatary.
  • others:
    • Serving to commend; showing to positive notice or reception; containing endorsement, praise, or recommendation: as, a commendatory letter.
    • Holding a benefice in commendam: as, a commendatory bishop.
    • Held in commendam. See commendam.
    • Serving to commend; providing to favorable notice or reception; containing approval, compliments, or recommendation: as, a commendatory letter.
    • keeping a benefice in commendam: because, a commendatory bishop.
    • Held in commendam. See commendam.

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