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But the final, authoritative judgment on the by-election was pronounced from No. 10, Downing Street. POLITICAL SUICIDE (2001)It was clear from the first, however, that no authoritative hand was controlling Polish operations. IN LOVE AND WAR (2001)"" Enough's enough, Katya," Jerry said, doing his best to sound authoritative. COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
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British English: authoritative ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is authoritative gives an impression of power and importance and is likely to be obeyed.
He has a commanding presence and a deep, authoritative voice.
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