mediatory

[mee-dee-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee]
adjective
1.
pertaining to mediation.
2.
having the function of mediating.

Origin:
1610–20; < Late Latin mediātōrius. See mediate, -tory1

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mediate
 
vb
1.  (intr; usually foll by between or in) to intervene (between parties or in a dispute) in order to bring about agreement
2.  to bring about (an agreement)
3.  to bring about (an agreement) between parties in a dispute
4.  to resolve (differences) by mediation
5.  (intr) to be in a middle or intermediate position
6.  (tr) to serve as a medium for causing (a result) or transferring (objects, information, etc)
 
adj
7.  occurring as a result of or dependent upon mediation
8.  a rare word for intermediate
9.  logic (of an inference) having more than one premise, esp, being syllogistic in form
 
[C16: from Late Latin mediāre to be in the middle]
 
'mediately
 
adv
 
'mediateness
 
n
 
'mediative
 
adj
 
'mediatory
 
adj
 
media'torial
 
adj
 
'mediator
 
n
 
media'torially
 
adv

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Example sentences
He refused to be silent and he was fortunately mediatory by nature.
My quasi-mediatory and adjudicatory effort attempted first to secure a settlement on the theory that.
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