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- adj. discretionary
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Left to discretion; unrestrained except by discretion or judgment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to discretion; discretionary.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having or using the ability to act or decide according to your own discretion or judgment
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If I were rolling in discretional funds, I might want one as a fun gun to take to the range, just to see the local Rambos react to it.
So when she came to twenty-one, the age they call discretional,
Sometimes the agent can adjust this my changing a student seat to a tercer edad seat, but this is discretional -- so ask nicely!
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President Bushrequested $481.4 billionin discretional spending for the Department of Defense's 2008 budget.
The pope, then, had this province only as cardinals have pensions from the king, which pensions are discretional.
What we used to spend our money on with pride before computers and plasmas eat up our discretional dollars?
Now there are a number of funds and state-owned financial entities that make discretional use of huge amounts of money or open foreign currency accounts abroad under a cloak of opacity.
Accustomed to and comfortable with life beneath the ground, day and night were discretional terms dictated only by classical thranx custom.