Definition of Consultatory

1. Adjective. Giving advice. "His function was purely consultative"




Definition of Consultatory

1. a. Formed by, or resulting from, consultation; advisory.

Definition of Consultatory

1. Adjective. Formed by, or resulting from, consultation; advisory. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Consultatory

consulta
consultable
consultancies
consultancy
consultand
consultant
consultantese
consultants
consultantship
consultantships
consultary
consultas
consultation
consultations
consultative
consultatory (current term)
consulted
consultee
consultees
consulter
consulters
consultest
consulteth
consulting
consulting company
consulting detective
consulting detectives
consulting firm
consulting service
consulting staff

Literary usage of Consultatory

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1. Diary, of Thomas Burton, Esq. Member in the Parliaments of Oliver and by Thomas Burton, Guibon Goddard (1828)
"There was a " smart debate till six o'clock at night, whether the House of Lords should be continued a Court of Judicature, or a Court consultatory only. ..."

2. Our New Masters by Thomas Wright (1873)
"At the present time we have a committee of scholars engaged in a consultatory revision of the Bible, but, speaking with all due reverence, we think that not ..."

3. Fraser's Magazine (1882)
"At the present time we have a committee of scholars engaged in a consultatory revision of the Bible ; but, speaking with all due reverence, we think that ..."

4. Public Characters by Alexander Stephens (1807)
"... without any legislative or executive power, but merely what was consultatory and recommendatory. It had no foreign courts to negotiate with; ..."

5. A Dictionary of Congregational Usages and Principles, According to Ancient by Preston Cummings (1852)
"They moreover plainly intimate that their acts ought to be determined "without any authoritative — though not without a consultatory — interposition. ..."

6. Old France in the New World: Quebec in the Seventeenth Century by James Douglas (1906)
"The syndics were now empowered to vote, whereas previously they were merely consultatory members. The company's contribution to ..."

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