1) Trucker/Military Slang for No/None/Negative
2) Refers to anything which disagrees with a previous assumption/theory
1) "This is Carne Grande. I'm on Route 129 from Phoenix to Yuma. Any Smokies out there?" "Thats a big negatory, Carne. Looks like we got ourselves a convoy."
2) "Your argument that Spam is the best processed meat product is negatory to the statement released in October by the National Processed Meat Product Board."
Negatory: Negation function word used by people who want to sound like someone with something important to say over a crackly, electronic communications system, like a fighter pilot or little league coaches with walky talky attachments for their iphones.
Subject 1: "Evan, do you not want another beer?"
Subject 2: "Negatory"
Subject 1: Is "Your argument that Spam is the best processed meat product is negatory to the statement released in October by the National Processed Meat Product Board," a correct usage of negatory?
Subject 2: Negatory. Negatory can be employed solely as a noun/ function word, indicating a negative response to the preceding clause. It cannot be used as an adjective in the manner of 'contradictory,' nor can it be an adverb except in one case:when it means 'not so' —used to express negation, dissent, denial, or refusal "Negatory, I am not doing it." The act or instance of refusing or denying by the use of the word negatory as in "That's a negatory" is permissible.
A word much cooler than negative. When something is wrong or when your answer is simply no. Or if you are one of those badass airplane piolets and you are about to crash.
"Hey Bri you are lookin' sexy. Do you want to go to Prom with me?"
"Uhm that would definately be a negatory."
"No" - traditionally used over a radio where the short word "no" could easily get lost in static. Radio operators (and people who heard them) have brought it into face to face language.
<trucker 1 over radio> Is my turn signal working?
<trucker 2> No.
<trucker 1> Say that again, you broke up.
<trucker 2> Negatory. It's not working.
no (from Latin, negatorius)
A: Got the party cups?
B: Negartory. They don't have any left.
(example of negatory)
this word means NO, or YOU'RE WRONG. use it to shut down any idiots you come across.
BOY: "god i am REALLY REALLY REDICULOUSLY GOOD LOOKING!!"
GIRL: "uhhhh... that would be a negatory."