monitory

[ mon-i-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF monitory

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The rattlesnake hushed his monitory signal as he approached her.

To them, and to my countrymen at large, I offer this farewell, and this monitory counsel.

It will be well for the rulers of Europe to heed its monitory voice.

The tone in which these words were spoken was gentle rather than monitory.

Him Nature solicits with all her placid, all her monitory pictures.

The monitory voice penetrated at last; Harriet awoke, smiling.

The face of this monitory Hebe haunted me for some years in a way that I must faintly attempt to explain.

He walked close to Mayo and shook a monitory finger under the young man's nose.

Malone opened his mouth to speak, but Her Majesty raised a monitory hand.

Well, he died—a monitory pause accompanies the sound—but the party must have a successor!

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MONITORY

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