minatory englannista suomeksi
1837 Thomas Carlyle, ''The French Revolution: A History''
- The Place de Greve, with its thirty thousand Regulars, its whole irregular Saint-Antoine and Saint-Marceau, is one minatory mass of clear or rusty steel....
1888, James|Henry James, ''The Reverberator''.
- Her father quietly addressed a few words, by letter, to George Flack. This communication was not of a minatory order; it expressed on the contrary the loose sociability which was the essence of Mr. Dosson's nature.
1997: In the cottage next to the post office Alma Crumble broke her wrist stirring batter, at which the Bug declared in a minatory tone that 'That was enough of that.' — Gorey|Edward Gorey, ''The Haunted Tea-Cosy''