Dispensative
Dispensative Dis*pen"sa*tive, a. [Cf. F. dispensatif.] Granting dispensation. [1913 Webster]

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  • dispensatory — I. də̇ˈspen(t)səˌtōrē, tȯr , ri noun ( es) Etymology: Medieval Latin dispensatorium, from Latin dispensatus + orium ory 1. : a book or medicinal formulary containing a systematic description of most of the drugs and preparations used in medicine …   Useful english dictionary

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