Synonyms and related words:
admonishing, admonitory, advisory, augural, cautionary, cautioning, communicative, consultative, consultatory, counseling, critical, deterrent, didactic, directive, discouraging, disinclining, dissuading, dissuasive, educational, educative, enlightening, exemplary, exhortative, exhortatory, expostulative, expostulatory, forerunning, foreshadowing, foreshowing, foretokening, forewarning, heavy with meaning, hortative, hortatory, indicative, informational, informative, informing, instructive, intimidating, intuitive, meaningful, monitorial, moralistic, moralizing, notificational, notifying, preachy, precursive, precursory, predictive, prefigurative, preindicative, premonitory, presageful, presaging, prognostic, prognosticative, recommendatory, remonstrant, remonstrative, remonstratory, sententious, significant, warning

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  • Monitory — may refer to: Monition Monitory Democracy This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the inten …   Wikipedia

  • monitory — [män′i tôr΄ē] adj. [LME manyterye < L monitorius < monitor: see MONITOR] giving or containing monition; admonishing n. pl. monitories a monitory writing …   English World dictionary

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  • monitory — index informatory, ominous, portentous (ominous), presageful, prophetic Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • monitory — (adj.) late 15c., from L. monitorius admonishing, from monitus, pp. of monere (see MONITOR (Cf. monitor) (n.)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • monitory — /mon i tawr ee, tohr ee/, adj., n., pl. monitories. adj. 1. serving to admonish or warn; admonitory. 2. giving monition. n. 3. Also called monitory letter. a letter, as one from a bishop, containing a monition. [1400 50; late ME < L monitorius… …   Universalium

  • monitory — /ˈmɒnətəri/ (say monuhtuhree), / tri/ (say tree) adjective 1. serving to admonish or warn; admonitory. 2. giving monition. –noun (plural monitories) Also, monitory letter. 3. a letter, as one from a bishop, containing a monition. {late Middle… …  

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  • Monitory Democracy — The term monitory democracy is introduced in John Keane’s The Life and Death of Democracy (2009)[1]. It claims that from around 1945 democracy entered a new historical phase[2]. In the age of ‘monitory democracy’, the language and ideals and… …   Wikipedia

  • monitory — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin monitorius, from monēre Date: 15th century giving admonition ; warning II. noun (plural ries) Date: 15th century a letter containing an admonition or warning …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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