Saturday, December 31, 2011


peremptory [ puh’-REMP-tuh’-ree, PER-uh’ mp-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]
 adjective ]
 1. that cannot be challenged, refused or changed
2. dictatorial or imperative
3. (law) one that cannot be questioned, changed or denied
4. assertive in behaviour
5. urgent or commanding in nature
 The District magistrate issued a peremptory command to the police to quell the riots.
 While he still makes placatory noises about the Left, his erstwhile allies are yet to stop smarting from the peremptory manner in which they were asked to get off the bus.

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