Definition of "recommendatory" [rec•om•mend•a•to•ry]

  • Of or pertaining to a recommendation (adjective)

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Use "recommendatory" in a sentence
  • "Among other ideas, Justice Roberts suggested in passing that Congress "could restrict the Board's enforcement powers, so that it would be a purely recommendatory panel.""
  • "Even with “recommendatory” amendments, victory was no sure thing."
  • "Finally, the delegates once again went into a committee of the whole to go over the list of “recommendatory” amendments, which it then presented to the convention."