recommendatory love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Serving to recommend; recommending.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Serving to recommend; recommending; commendatory.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Of or pertaining to a recommendation

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Examples

  • Hancock “came forward in full support of adopting the Constitution” and presented the “recommendatory amendments,” which the “Old Patriot,” Samuel Adams, “seconded warmly.”

    Ratification

  • Then Hamilton proposed still another form of ratification without conditions but with a number of “recommendatory & explanatory” amendments.

    Ratification

  • Madison himself wrote Hamilton that many of the “recommendatory alterations” were “highly objectionable,” above all “an article prohibiting direct taxes where effectual laws shall be passed by the States for the purpose.”

    Ratification

  • Then Hamilton proposed still another form of ratification without conditions but with a number of “recommendatory & explanatory” amendments.

    Ratification

  • As Henry fully understood, “recommendatory” amendments were binding on nobody.

    Ratification

  • John Lansing explained that the Antifederalist/Republican delegates charged with arranging the proposed amendments had categorized some as explanatory, others conditional, and the rest “recommendatory.”

    Ratification

  • Even with “recommendatory” amendments, victory was no sure thing.

    Ratification

  • Among other ideas, Justice Roberts suggested in passing that Congress "could restrict the Board's enforcement powers, so that it would be a purely recommendatory panel."

    Sarbox Survives

  • Finally, the delegates once again went into a committee of the whole to go over the list of “recommendatory” amendments, which it then presented to the convention.

    Ratification

  • Hancock “came forward in full support of adopting the Constitution” and presented the “recommendatory amendments,” which the “Old Patriot,” Samuel Adams, “seconded warmly.”

    Ratification

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