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Definition of "decanal" [dec•a•nal]

  • Pertaining to a dean or deanery. (adjective)
  • The simple aliphatic aldehyde, CH3(CH2)8CHO, related to capric acid (noun)

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Use "decanal" in a sentence
  • "Building ever stronger ties will require decanal leadership."
  • "Prior to his current decanal service at SUU he was a Professor of Biology at the University of South Carolina Aiken Campus (USCA), Aiken, SC (1978-1999)."
  • "I have seen one very liberal decanal candidate go down in flames when, evidently on the basis of one or two rumors, he was determined to be “insufficiently sensitive to race.”"