Definition of "precatory"
  1. Advisory or expressing a wish or recommendation, but without creating a legal obligation or duty
How to use "precatory" in a sentence
  1. The clause in her will was only precatory and not an enforceable term.
  2. His request to use the funds for travel was only a precatory suggestion.
  3. The use of precatory language in the contract did not impose any legal obligations.

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