Definitions of "peremptory"
  1. Forestalling any debate, alternate view, or postponement
  2. Not needing justification or reason
How to use "peremptory" in a sentence
  1. The judge issued a peremptory order to start the trial immediately.
  2. The peremptory dismissal of the case left no room for appeal.
  3. The attorney's peremptory instruction left no room for further questioning.

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