admonitive


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admonitive

(ədˈmɒnɪtɪv)
adj
relating to admonition; admonitory
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The full set of speaker-oriented modality consists of imperative, prohibitive, optative, hortative, admonitive, and permissive.
The IMPERATIVE type is conventionally associated with orders; the HORTATIVE type with exhortations; the ADMONITIVE type with warnings; and the SUPPLICATIVE type with requests for permission.
Altogether, the manuscript preserves Audelay's name eighteen times, and many of these namings occur because the chaplain-poet himself adopts a first-person admonitive mode by which to assert that the verses are his 'making'.