See also: Peremptory
1. Peremptory is ultimately from Latin perimere, which means "to take entirely" or "destroy" and comes from per- ("thoroughly") and emere ("to take")
2. Peremptory implies the removal of one's option to disagree or contest something.
3. Peremptory arbitrary, dogmatic, domineering; imperative: a Peremptory order; imperious or dictatorial; assertive: a Peremptory manner Not to be confused with: preemptive – an action that is taken before an adversary can act: a preemptive strike preemptory – occupation of land to establish a prior right to buy: preemptory claim; an act or statement
4. Adjective leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal; imperative: a Peremptory command.
5. Having the expectation of immediate and complete obedience, or to be obeyed without explanation: In his usual Peremptory manner, he ordered us all into the conference room
6. The word Peremptory comes from the Latin peremptorius for “decisive, final.” Trace it further and find that peremptor means "destroyer," from perimpere for "destroy, cut off.” Basically, Peremptory commands destroy the conversation
7. Some common synonyms of Peremptory are domineering, imperative, imperious, and masterful. While all these words mean "tending to impose one's will on others," Peremptory implies an abrupt dictatorial manner coupled with an unwillingness to brook disobedience or dissent
8. The definition of Peremptory is demanding people do things your way and do them now or a final judgment or decision, especially one made by a court. An example of Peremptory is when someone says "Come over here right now!" An example of Peremptory is when a …
9. Ten shillings and Jaffery's Peremptory order to stick to his side and obey him slavishly took the place of intellectual workings
10. LOCKE But here the Peremptory tones of his father called the young philosopher to take the colts down to the lower pasture
11. Preemptory occupation of land to establish a prior right to buy: preemptory claim; an act or statement that is absolute; it cannot be denied: a preemptory challenge Not to be confused with: Peremptory – arbitrary, dogmatic, domineering; imperative: a Peremptory order; imperious or dictatorial; assertive: a Peremptory manner preemptive – an action
12. Existing law prohibits a party from using a Peremptory challenge to remove a prospective juror on the basis of an assumption that the prospective juror is biased merely because of the sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, mental disability, physical disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, or sexual orientation of the prospective juror, or …
13. Definition of Peremptory used to describe an order, command, etc., that you must obey without any questions or excuses Examples of Peremptory in a sentence In a Peremptory tone, the flight attendant told the passenger to either fasten his seatbelt or get off the plane
14. Peremptory means something definite and absolute, final and not entitled to delay or reconsideration
15. A Peremptory norm (also called jus cogens or ius cogens / ˌ dʒ ʌ s ˈ k oʊ dʒ ɛ n z, ˌ j ʌ s /; Latin for "compelling law") is a fundamental principle of international law that is accepted by the international community of states as a norm from which no derogation is permitted.
16. ‘Human rights and Peremptory norms of international law must be observed, and legal obligations toward third states must be respected.’ ‘We invite the Tribunal to make a Peremptory order in respect of those matters.’ ‘Disobedience to a Peremptory order of the court would be …
17. (pəremptəri) adjective [usually ADJECTIVE noun] Someone who does something in a Peremptory way does it in a way that shows that they expect to be obeyed immediately.
18. A Peremptory challenge can be a major part of voir dire
19. A Peremptory challenge also allows attorneys to veto a potential juror on a "hunch"
20. The idea behind Peremptory challenges is that if both parties have contributed in the configuration of the jury, they will find its verdict more acceptable.
21. There was a third call in eighty days, and on the eighty-fifth a Peremptory call
22. It is the Peremptory military spirit which prevails in the government of honour
23. The harsh tone and Peremptory demands of the envoys aroused hostile feelings among the Kalmuck chiefs
24. He tried to evade immediate payment, but on this point his creditor was Peremptory.
25. The Peremptory was an Imperial I-class Star Destroyer that served in the Imperial Navy during the Galactic Civil War
26. In 9 ABY, upon hearing that New Republic forces had arrived at the site of the Katana fleet, Grand Admiral Thrawn dispatched the Peremptory to assist the
27. As adjectives the difference between preemptory and Peremptory is that preemptory is pertaining to preemption while Peremptory is (legal) precluding debate or expostulation; not admitting of question or appeal; positive; absolute; decisive; conclusive; final.
28. ‘Human rights and Peremptory norms of international law must be observed, and legal obligations toward third states must be respected.’ ‘We invite the Tribunal to make a Peremptory order in respect of those matters.’ ‘Disobedience to a Peremptory order of the court would be …
29. Peremptory means commanding immediate attention, decisive, not open to debate, dogmatic
30. In legal terms, Peremptory means final, not open to debate
31. Related words are peremptorily, peremptoriness.The word Peremptory dates from the mid-1400s, it is derived from …
32. (b) Peremptory challenges shall be taken or passed by the sides alternately, commencing with the plaintiff, and each party shall be entitled to have the panel full before exercising any Peremptory challenge
33. Peremptory order means a judicial order passed by the Court directing any of the parties to take a step or perform an act specified in the order, in the prosecution or defence of the case, within the period stipulated therein, ordaining that in the event of failure to comply therewith, a specified consequence shall follow without further reference to the Court.
34. Dictionary entry overview: What does Peremptory mean? • Peremptory (adjective) The adjective Peremptory has 3 senses:
35. Putting an end to all debate or action Familiarity information: Peremptory used as an adjective is uncommon.
36. See authoritative translations of Peremptory in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
37. The orders of the commander are Peremptory
38. The genuine effect of sound learning is to make men less Peremptory in their determinations
39. Peremptory challenge, in law, a challenge or right of challenging jurors without showing cause.
40. In which a command is absolute and unconditional: a Peremptory writ
41. Leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal; imperative: a Peremptory command
42. That precludes or does not admit of debate, question, etc.: a Peremptory edict.
43. Use "Peremptory" in a sentence One common reform proposal is the elimination of Peremptory challenges
44. Formerly there was a right to " Peremptory challenge", by which a defendant could object to a juror without giving a reason, but the number of such challenges was limited.
45. Peremptory Firmly determined; unawed.; Peremptory Positive in opinion or judgment; decided; dictatorial; dogmatical
46. "Be not too positive and Peremptory ." "Briefly, then, for we are Peremptory ." Peremptory Precluding debate or expostulation; not admitting of question or appeal; positive; absolute; decisive; conclusive; final
47. "Think of heaven with hearty purposes and Peremptory designs to
48. A Peremptory summons; The letter was Peremptory in tone
49. With a Peremptory wave of his hand; Word Origin late Middle English (as a legal term): via Anglo-Norman French from Latin peremptorius ‘deadly, decisive’, from perempt-‘destroyed, cut off’, from the verb perimere, from per-‘completely’ + …
50. Peremptory definition: Someone who does something in a Peremptory way does it in a way that shows that they Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
51. He started issuing Peremptory instructions
52. His Peremptory tone of voice irritated everybody
53. The letter was Peremptory in tone
54. With a brief, almost Peremptory gesture he pointed to a chair
55. A Peremptory norm of general international law (jus cogens) is a norm accepted and recognized by the international community of States as a whole as a norm from which no derogation is permitted and which can be modified only by a
56. Peremptory instruction means an instruction given to a jury
57. Peremptory (adj.) mid-15c., peremptorie, "absolute, allowing no refusal," a legal term, from Anglo-French peremptorie, from Late Latin peremptorius "destructive, decisive, final," from peremptor "destroyer," agent noun from past-participle stem of Latin perimpere "destroy, cut off," from per "away entirely, to destruction" (see per) + emere (past participle emptus) "to take" (from PIE root *em
58. Synonyms for Peremptory in Free Thesaurus
59. 38 synonyms for Peremptory: imperious, arbitrary, assertive, authoritative, autocratic
60. Peremptory definition: offensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power synonyms: dominating, high-and-mighty, magisterial, domineering
61. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Peremptory pe‧remp‧to‧ry / pəˈrempt ə ri / adjective formal RUDE/IMPOLITE Peremptory behaviour, speech etc is not polite or friendly and shows that the person speaking expects to be obeyed immediately a Peremptory demand for silence — peremptorily adverb Examples from the Corpus
62. Peremptory challenges altogether, would almost certainly exacerbate the use of discriminatory stereotypes in jury selection and harm the rights of litigants to obtain a fair and impartial jury while overlooking the root causes of bias
63. Discriminatory use of Peremptory challenges is …
64. Peremptory order to the same effect, prescribing such time for compliance with it as the tribunal considers appropriate.’’ 2.2 The subsection gives rise to the following main points: 2.2.1 A ‘‘Peremptory order’’ cannot be made initially at the time of the first procedural
65. Both uses of Peremptory in THE GREAT GATSBY
66. Our page of best sample sentences to demonstrate typical use of Peremptory is also linked from this page.
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