Definition of Exhibitory

1. a. Exhibiting; publicly showing.



Definition of Exhibitory

1. Adjective. exhibiting; publicly showing ¹

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Definition of Exhibitory

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exhibitory

exhibition game
exhibition hall
exhibition season
exhibitioner
exhibitioners
exhibitionisms
exhibitionistic
exhibitionistically
exhibitionists
exhibitions
exhibitive
exhibitor
exhibitors
exhibitory (current term)
exhibitry
exhibits
exhilarant
exhilarate
exhilarated
exhilarates
exhilarating
exhilaratingly
exhilaration
exhilarations
exhilarative
exhorbitant
exhort
exhortation

Literary usage of Exhibitory

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1. Morning and Evening Exercises: Selected from the Published and Unpublished by Henry Ward Beecher, Lyman Abbott (1874)
"It would be your duty to be grateful if you had these gifts ; but remember that there -are other ways besides this declaratory and exhibitory way of doing ..."

2. The Lord's Supper: Or, the Nature, Benefits and Obligations of the by George Sutherland (1870)
"THE LORD'S SUPPER AN exhibitory RITE. SYMBOLIC rites are, in their very nature, exhibitory rites. The symbols are the selected exponents or exhibitions of ..."

3. The Institutes of Gaius and Justinian, the Twelve Tables, and the CXVIIIth by Gaius, Thomas Lambert Mears (1882)
"exhibitory interdicts are those by which the praetor orders to be produced, for example, him in respect of whose liberty a suit is raised, or the freed-man ..."

4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"... exhibitory (in both cases usually spoken of in the texts as a decretum), ... and the like; exhibitory, when he was ordained to produce something be was ..."

5. Historical Introduction to the Private Law of Rome by James Muirhead, Henry Goudy (1899)
"... exhibitory (in both cases usually spoken of in the texts as a decree), ... and so on; exhibitory, when he was ordained to produce something he was ..."

6. The Institutes of Justinian: With English Introduction, Translation, and Notes by Justinian, Thomas Collett Sandars (1878)
"exhibitory interdicts are those by which the praetor orders to exhibit; for instance, to exhibit the person whose freedom is being questioned, ..."

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