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Precative definitions

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

PRE'CATIVE
PRE'CATORY, a. [L. precor, to pray.] Suppliant; beseeching.

WordNet (r) 3.0 (2005)

adj
1: expressing entreaty or supplication; "precatory overtures" [syn: precatory, precative]

Oxford Reference Dictionary

adj. (of a word or form) expressing a wish or request. Etymology: LL precativus f. precari pray

Moby Thesaurus

adjuratory, adorant, adoring, appealing, begging, beseeching, cadging, devotional, devout, entreating, imploring, in the dust, mendicant, mooching, on bended knee, petitionary, pleading, prayerful, precatory, prostrate before, reverent, reverential, scrounging, solemn, suppliant, supplicant, supplicating, supplicatory, venerational, venerative, worshipful, worshiping



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