Definitions of "judicatory"
  1. A place, such as a court, where matters of law are decided
  2. An authoritative entity within a religious organization that enforces the rules and resolves disputes
How to use "judicatory" in a sentence
  1. The matter will be sent to the judicatory for a final decision.
  2. Due to the internal nature of the complaint, it will be handled by the organization’s judicatory.
  3. After the minor infraction, the judicatory issued a warning instead of a penalty.

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