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Definition of "decisional" [decisional]

  • Of or pertaining to decisions. (adjective)
  • Having the power or authority to make decisions. (adjective)

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Use "decisional" in a sentence
  • "In other words, the decision of the believer is the key step in salvation; this is a doctrine known as decisional regeneration and it underlies all that I have ever found problematic in evangelicalism - from that first conversation about Gandhi onwards."
  • "This news Google product is a new category of social network called decisional social network."
  • "Fruitfully, it unpacks the often-fuzzy idea of "privacy" with reference to the legal traditions of the UK, the US and other jurisdictions, arguing that "the generous extension of privacy to 'decisional' matters ­ (abortion, contraception, sexual preference) and the (understandable) conflation with freedom and autonomy that it engenders, is a mistake"; the emphasis should be instead on the protection of "personal information"."
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