- 1Of, relating to, or expressing a wish or request.More example sentences
- Finally, what is the incentive of accountants to follow the precatory guidance of the organisation?
- 1.1 Law (In a will) expressing a wish or intention of the testator: a trust can be left in precatory wordsMore example sentences
- It is not clear whether this provision was mandatory or precatory in nature.
mid 17th century: from late Latin precatorius, from precat- 'prayed', from the verb precari.
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