[dek-ri-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee]
pertaining to or following a decree.
established by a decree; judicial.

1570–80; < Latin dēcrētōrius decisive, crucial, equivalent to dēcrē-, variant stem of dēcernere (see decern, decree) + -tōrious -tory1

undecretory, adjective Unabridged
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What happened on appeal is, however, of decretory significance.
Thus, it is clear that his vacation of the item in the decretory portion of his decision was an inadvertent mistake.
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