Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining or relating to a decision; authoritative.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to decisions.
  • adjective Having the power or authority to make decisions.

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Examples

  • In other words, the decision of the believer is the key step in salvation; this is a doctrine known as decisional regeneration and it underlies all that I have ever found problematic in evangelicalism - from that first conversation about Gandhi onwards.

    Some thoughts about evangelism and salvation

  • This news Google product is a new category of social network called decisional social network.

    Bits

  • This news Google product is a new category of social network called decisional social network.

    Bits

  • Fruitfully, it unpacks the often-fuzzy idea of "privacy" with reference to the legal traditions of the UK, the US and other jurisdictions, arguing that "the generous extension of privacy to 'decisional' matters ­ (abortion, contraception, sexual preference) and the (understandable) conflation with freedom and autonomy that it engenders, is a mistake"; the emphasis should be instead on the protection of "personal information".

    Technology news, comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • A U.S. military official used the term "decisional" to describe Monday evening's meeting among Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Gates, Clinton, National Security Adviser Jim Jones,

    MyDD

  • It also emphasized that the review should occur during "pre-decisional exhibit planning."

    Critics Wary Of New Smithsonian Review Policy

  • It also emphasized that the review should occur during "pre-decisional exhibit planning."

    Bill Donohue Wary Of New Smithsonian Review Policy

  • It also emphasized that the review should occur during "pre-decisional exhibit planning."

    Bill Donohue Wary Of New Smithsonian Review Policy

  • It also sounds from the post and responding comments that the whole thing is pre-decisional, which could make it part of a budget drill that never comes to pass.

    Weiler Seeks to Cut NASA Access to Keck Observatory - NASA Watch

  • It also emphasized that the review should occur during "pre-decisional exhibit planning."

    Critics Wary Of New Smithsonian Review Policy

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