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Preceptive

Pre`cep´tive
a.1.Containing or giving precepts; of the nature of precepts; didactic; as, the preceptive parts of the Scriptures.
The lesson given us here is preceptive to us.
- L'Estrange.
authoritative, autodidactic, binding, canonical, coeducational, commanding, compelling, cultural, decretal, decretive, decretory, dictated, dictating, didactic, directive, disciplinary, edifying, educating, educational, educative, enlightening, exhortatory, formulary, hard and fast, homiletic, hortatory, illuminating, imperative, informative, initiatory, instructive, introductory, jussive, lecturing, mandating, mandatory, obligating, official, peremptory, preaching, prescribed, prescript, prescriptive, propaedeutic, regulation, rubric, self-teaching, standard, statutory, teaching, tuitionary
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Precedential
Precedently
Precedents
Precedents has as much law as justice
Precedents that pass sub silentio are of little or no authority
Preceding
Precel
Precellence
Precellent
Precentor
Precentorship
precentral gyrus
Precept
Preceptial
Preception
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Preceptor
Preceptorial
preceptorship
Preceptory
Preceptress
precess
Precession
precession of the equinoxes
Precessional
Precessor
precharge
prechlorination
Precieuse
Precinct
Preciosity
Precious
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