Definition of Dictional

1. [adj]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Dictional

dictators
dictatorship
dictatorship of the majority
dictatorship of the proletariat
dictatorships
dictatory
dictatour
dictatours
dictatress
dictatresses
dicted
dictier
dictiest
dicting
diction
dictional (current term)
dictionally
dictionalrian
dictionarian
dictionarians
dictionaric
dictionaried
dictionaries
dictionary
dictionary attack
dictionary attacker
dictionary attackers
dictionary attacks
dictionary definition
dictionary entry

Literary usage of Dictional

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Selected Cases and Statutes on the Law of Bankruptcy by Samuel Williston (1902)
"dictional facts." The following cases are to the same effect Coit v. Havens, 30 Conn. R., 190; Sears ». Terry, 26 Conn. R., 273. ..."

2. The American and English Encyclopaedia of Law by David Shephard Garland, James Cockcroft, Lucius Polk McGehee, Charles Porterfield (1904)
"How FAR ENFORCED — (ad) Irregularities ami Juri¡dictional Defects. —• Such statutes are enforced as constitutional in so far as they cure mere ..."

3. The Law of Railroads in Pennsylvania: Including the Law Relating to Street by Albert Barnes Weimer (1893)
"The width of such a road is a juris- dictional fact, which may be taken advantage of at any stage of the prosecution.2 Appeals. 562. ..."

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