Definition of "precedential"
  1. The quality of serving as a model or guide for future instances or situations
How to use "precedential" in a sentence
  1. The court's ruling was considered precedential due to its potential influence on subsequent legal decisions.
  2. While all legal decisions have implications, only a few are precedential and can be used as a basis for future rulings.
  3. A precedential decision carries more weight as it sets a standard or guideline for future cases.

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