Definition of Sanctionative

1. Adjective. Implying sanction or serving to sanction. "The guardian's duties were primarily sanctionative rather than administrative"

Exact synonyms: Sanctioning
Similar to: Enabling
Derivative terms: Sanction



Lexicographical Neighbors of Sanctionative

sanctifies
sanctifieth
sanctify
sanctifying
sanctifyingly
sanctiloquent
sanctimonial
sanctimonies
sanctimonious
sanctimoniously
sanctimoniousness
sanctimony
sanction
sanctionable
sanctionary
sanctionative (current term)
sanctioned
sanctioning
sanctionless
sanctions
sanctities
sanctitude
sanctitudes
sanctity
sanctuaries
sanctuarize
sanctuarized
sanctuarizes
sanctuarizing
sanctuary

Literary usage of Sanctionative

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

1. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1839)
"By the sanctionative part, information is given to them of the inducement which they will ... By the sanctionative, provision is made of the inducement, ..."

2. Lectures on jurisprudence or the philosophy of positive law by John Austin (1885)
"Rights of Action are classed with Obligations; whilst obligations to suffer punishment (which are not more sanctionative than the former) are referred ..."

3. Lectures on Jurisprudence, Or, The Philosophy of Positive Law by John Austin (1885)
"Rights of Action are classed with Obligations ; whilst obligations to suffer punishment (which are not more sanctionative than the former) are referred ..."

4. Lectures on Jurisprudence: Or, The Philosophy of Positive Law by John Austin (1873)
"Rights of Action are classed with Obligations ; whilst obligations to suffer punishment (which are not more sanctionative than the former') are referred ..."

5. The Province of Jurisprudence Determined: Being the First Part of a Series by John Austin, Sarah Austin (1863)
"sanctionative Civil Rights, which are exercised extra- judicially, are forgotten. Confusion of Crimes and their consequent obligations, are classed with ..."

6. Lectures on jurisprudence or the philosophy of positive law by John Austin (1885)
"... genommen werden muss, more sanctionative than the former), In der romischen Sprache sind sie are referred (together with Crimes theils obligationes, ..."

7. Gaii Institutionum Iuris Civilis Commentarii Quatuor, Or, Elements of Roman by Gaius, Edward Poste (1875)
"As women were capable of administration, the functions of the guardian, which in the case of infants were either administrative or sanctionative, ..."

8. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1839)
"By the sanctionative part, information is given to them of the inducement which they will ... By the sanctionative, provision is made of the inducement, ..."

9. Lectures on jurisprudence or the philosophy of positive law by John Austin (1885)
"Rights of Action are classed with Obligations; whilst obligations to suffer punishment (which are not more sanctionative than the former) are referred ..."

10. Lectures on Jurisprudence, Or, The Philosophy of Positive Law by John Austin (1885)
"Rights of Action are classed with Obligations ; whilst obligations to suffer punishment (which are not more sanctionative than the former) are referred ..."

11. Lectures on Jurisprudence: Or, The Philosophy of Positive Law by John Austin (1873)
"Rights of Action are classed with Obligations ; whilst obligations to suffer punishment (which are not more sanctionative than the former') are referred ..."

12. The Province of Jurisprudence Determined: Being the First Part of a Series by John Austin, Sarah Austin (1863)
"sanctionative Civil Rights, which are exercised extra- judicially, are forgotten. Confusion of Crimes and their consequent obligations, are classed with ..."

13. Lectures on jurisprudence or the philosophy of positive law by John Austin (1885)
"... genommen werden muss, more sanctionative than the former), In der romischen Sprache sind sie are referred (together with Crimes theils obligationes, ..."

14. Gaii Institutionum Iuris Civilis Commentarii Quatuor, Or, Elements of Roman by Gaius, Edward Poste (1875)
"As women were capable of administration, the functions of the guardian, which in the case of infants were either administrative or sanctionative, ..."

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