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1procedural

adjective pro·ce·dur·al \prə-ˈsē-jə-rəl, -ˈsēj-rəl\

Definition of PROCEDURAL

:  of or relating to procedure; especially :  of or relating to the procedure used by courts or other bodies administering substantive law
pro·ce·dur·al·ly adverb
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First Known Use of PROCEDURAL

1889

Other Legal Terms

actionable, alienable, carceral, chattel, complicity, decedent, larceny, malfeasance, modus operandi

2procedural

noun

Definition of PROCEDURAL

:  a realist crime novel with a specific focus <a courtroom procedural>; especially :  police procedural

First Known Use of PROCEDURAL

1972

Other Literature Terms

apophasis, bathos, bildungsroman, bowdlerize, caesura, coda, doggerel, euphemism, poesy, prosody
Medical Dictionary

procedural

adjective pro·ce·dur·al \prə-ˈsēj-(ə-)rəl\

Medical Definition of PROCEDURAL

:  relating to or comprising memory or knowledge concerned with how to manipulate symbols, concepts, and rules to accomplish a task or solve a problem—compare declarative

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