Imperatives [noun]

Definition of Imperatives:

authority, order

Synonyms of Imperatives:

Opposite/Antonyms of Imperatives:

Sentence/Example of Imperatives:

We affect a tremendous and cultivated shyness and delicacy about imperatives of the most arbitrary appearance.

The child never put this particular record into his list of imperatives, but he was reconciled to it.

This word therefore is the blending or corruption of bot and beut, the Imperatives of two Saxon verbs, botan and beutan.

Would those whom such conclusions repelled be content to oppose to nature's imperatives only the protests of the heart?

I refer to the high and passionate imperatives of the heroic, desperate, treasonable heart of man.

He alone who has fully mastered the breathless state 12-16 is freed from cosmic imperatives.

But short of this there is room for an infinite variety of "categorical imperatives."

It is demonstrated that they are both the imperatives of old verbs.

The former case appears chiefly in connection with the moral imperatives.

He was afraid of the great imperatives that he knew would at once take hold of his life.