mandatory[ man-duh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF mandatory
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANDATORY
Pentecost was one of the great feasts in Israel, and was of mandatory observance.
Rock's advice carried a mandatory note which was not lost upon his auditor.
But among the Hebrews the requirement was mandatory and imperative.
They asked that the mandatory should be England, but England had too much on her hands.
March echoed, as people are apt to do with a question that is mandatory and offensive.
German New Guinea (now a British mandatory) lies not far away.
But in 1901 Minnesota enacted a state-wide, mandatory primary law.
There is practically no limit to this form of mandatory boycott.
Again, the referendum may be mandatory or advisory in character.
The Peace Conference seems to have given us a new word in "mandatory."