monition definition

  • noun:
    • A warning or an intimation of some thing imminent, especially of impending risk.
    • Cautionary guidance or advice; an admonition.
    • an official order from a bishop or an ecclesiastical judge to try to avoid a specified offense.
    • A summons or citation in municipal or admiralty law.
    • A caution or caution of imminent danger.
    • An admonition or rebuke.
    • A summons in certain process of law.
    • Instruction or guidance distributed by means of care; an admonition; a warning; a caution.
    • Information; indication; notice; advice.
    • an activity inside nature of a summons to seem and respond to.
    • An order monishing a celebration complained against to follow under discomfort associated with law.
    • Admonition; caution; instruction provided by way of caution: as, the monitions of a buddy.
    • Indication; intimation.
    • In municipal and admiralty legislation, a summons or citation, specifically regularly start a suit, or in a proceeding to ensure a title acquired under a judicial sale also to silence all damaging claims.
    • In ecclesiastical law, a formal notice, delivered by a bishop to a single associated with the subordinate clergy, to need the amendment of some ecclesiastical offense; a monitory letter.
    • Synonyms Admonition, Monition, Reprehension, etc. See admonition.
    • a summons granted after the filing of a libel or claim directing all events concerned showing cause the reason why the judgment asked for really should not be provided
    • cautionary advice about anything imminent (especially imminent risk or any other unpleasantness)
    • a strong rebuke

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