comminatory definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or pertaining to commination.
    • Threatening or denouncing punishment.
    • containing caution of punishment
    • Of or with respect to commination.
    • Threatening or denouncing discipline.
    • containing caution of discipline
  • others:
    • Menacing; harmful discipline.
    • In law, coercive; harmful; imposing an unconscionable forfeiture or any other difficulty, such feeling as not to ever be enforcible in a court of justice.
    • Menacing; harmful punishment.
    • In law, coercive; threatening; imposing an unconscionable forfeiture or other difficulty, in such good sense as never to be enforcible in a court of justice.

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