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Peremptory is an adjective that can be used to describe having a positive or assertive speech, tone, manner. Dictatorial, definite, final, unconditional. A matter of urgency.

Examples:

  1. During World War 2, Winston Churchill gave ‘peremptory’ speeches to inspire his people to keep fighting and keep moving forward.
  2. Her ‘peremptory’ voice, portrayed a woman who had belief in her speech.
  3. The companies latest deal was ‘peremptory’. This was due to the organisation being on the brink of declaring bankruptcy.

 

 

 

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