damnatory

[ dam-nuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF damnatory

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It is the most damnatory biography that ever found its way into print.

Our own code has so far relaxed that this circumstance shall not be damnatory.

With which her eyes had their turn again at her damnatory piece.

For the present I will content myself with saying that those views are damnatory.

The Athanasian Creed is not objectionable because of its damnatory clauses.

This is courting patronage in a style rather too arrogant and damnatory.

The sense of the damnatory clauses has, however, not been weakened.

Your opinion as to the letters as a whole is so damnatory that I put them by.

Utter has a damnatory signification and is to be used of evil things only.

Your opinion as to the Letters as a whole is so damnatory that I put them by.

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