Definition of "expostulatory" [ex•pos•tu•la•to•ry]
Of, characterized by, or exhibiting expostulation.(adjective)
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Use "expostulatory" in a sentence
"Dot Moxon's expostulatory and belligerent voice dominating the broken murmur of male voices."
"Older SF actually had a lot of "expostulatory lumps," and I rather liked them you can find some of the same sort of writing in the parts of Moby Dick and Les Miserables that are usually abridged out of those works."
"I drew Joe away, and he immediately became placable; merely stating to me, in an obliging manner and as a polite expostulatory notice to any one whom it might happen to concern, that he were not"