[dih-rek-tawr-ee-uh l, -tohr-, dahy-rek-]
- pertaining to a director or directorate.
Origin of directorial
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Examples from the Web for directorial
Was it challenging to film these interviews and scenes and maintain some kind of directorial objectivity?The Dishonor of Honor Killings
October 20, 2014
But to stop thinking that way and to see the show through a directorial lens is, I think, a good thing for the piece.The Director Isn’t Done Yet: An Interview With Steven Soderbergh
August 1, 2014
After all, Cox cast her ex-husband in a pivotal role in her directorial debut.Courteney Cox Gets Personal About Her Directorial Debut, ‘Just Before I Go’
April 29, 2014
His directorial début, starring the young French YSL-lookalike Pierre Niney, was released in theaters throughout France last week.The Making of Fashion Legend Yves Saint Laurent
January 14, 2014
He recently made his directorial debut—along with collaborator Nat Faxon—on the film The Way, Way Back.Exclusive: Take a Look Inside the Writers' Room of AMC’s ‘Breaking Bad’
July 25, 2013
He was accused of a conspiracy against the directorial Government, condemned to death, and guillotined in 1797.
From 1803 to 1814 the canton was one of the six “Directorial” cantons of the Confederation.
Thiers says that the Directorial Republic exhibited at this time a scene of distressing confusion.
It may also have been that his mother at home dwelt too fondly on the days when she herself was a queen in Directorial Paris.A Start in Life
Honore de Balzac
This was the real blow; that the vigorous trunk, the Legislature, was struck down along with the withering Directorial branch.The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2)
John Holland Rose