Definition of absolutory in English:

absolutory

adjective

  • That absolves or acquits a person or thing; that grants absolution; of or relating to absolution.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Richard Sheldon (d. ?1642). From classical Latin absolūtōrius favouring or securing acquittal, effecting a cure from absolūt-, past participial stem of absolvere + -ōrius.

Pronunciation:

absolutory

/ˌabsəˈljuːt(ə)ri//ˌabsəˈluːt(ə)ri/