Examples of monitory in a Sentence
historically natural disasters have often been interpreted by some as punitive or monitory measures against sin-ridden humanity
Origin and Etymology of monitory
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
Recent Examples of monitory from the Web
What is truly frightening, and monitory, in Ullrich’s book is not that a Hitler could exist, but that so many people seemed to be secretly waiting for him.
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