Definition of Performatory

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Performatory

performance measurement system
performance measurement systems
performance metric
performance monitoring system
performance monitoring systems
performance poetry
performance test
performances
performant
performantly
performative
performative utterance
performatives
performativities
performativity
performatory (current term)
performaunce
performed
performer
performers
performic
performic acid
performic acid reaction
performing
performing art
performing artist
performing arts
performs
perfrigeration
perfumatory

Literary usage of Performatory

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1. Digest of the Questions Set in the Bar & Solicitors Final Examinations for by Joseph Alexander Shearwood (1879)
"A mandatory injunction is prohibitive in form though performatory iu substance; by it a person is commanded not to let the matter iu question remain as it ..."

2. Advances in School-Based Mental Health Interventions: Best Practices and ...by Kristin E. Robinson by Kristin E. Robinson (2004)
"Unscientific psychology: A cultural-performatory approach to understanding human life. London: Praeger. Newman, F., & Holzman, L. (1997). ..."

3. The Sunday School Teacher: A Monthly Magazine, Devoted to the Interests of by Chicago Sunday School Union (1867)
"A Sunday School teacher who works in a performatory manner—teaching God's truth in a mechanical way, putting forth questions on the truth in a ..."

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