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informatory

Line breaks: in|forma|tory
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈfɔːmət(ə)ri/

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Definition of informatory in English:

adjective

1Giving information; informative.
1.1 Bridge (Of a double) intended to convey information to one’s partner rather than to score a penalty.

Origin

late Middle English (but rare before the late 19th century): from Latin informat- 'shaped, described' (from the verb informare) + -ory2.

Words that rhyme with informatory

reformatory

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