Threatening, punitive, or vengeful: both advocated a mild resolution which would head off anything more comminatory from the Soviet Union
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- But presently he began to suspect that the portrait was not as comminatory as he could have wished.
- A fortnight ago, a short comminatory note, was drawn up in three versions.
- The strong and comminatory attacks on his adversaries, of whom he even singles out some, are a marked feature of this period of his career.
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