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Definition of "preambular" []

  • Having the characteristics of a preamble. (adjective)

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Use "preambular" in a sentence
  • "The omission did not at all mitigate the force of the preambular reference to "the inadmissibility of acquiring territory by war""
  • "Usually in Council resolutions, the formula "Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations" would be a separate line between the preambular paragraphs and the operational part, i.e. before the numbered paragraph 1."
  • "Surrender is not an Option 2. The final preambular paragraph read, “Expressing profound concern that the test claimed by the DPRK has generated increased tension in the region and beyond, and determining therefore that there is a clear threat to international peace and security.”"