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de-creed

[ dih-kree ]SEE DEFINITION OF de-creed

Synonyms for de-creed

  • imminent
  • impending
  • inescapable
  • inexorable
  • irresistible
  • necessary
  • unavoidable
  • undeniable
  • binding
  • doomed
  • pat
  • all locked up
  • assured
  • compulsory
  • decided
  • decreed
  • destined
  • determined
  • fated
  • fateful
  • fixed
  • for certain
  • foreordained
  • in the bag
  • ineluctable
  • ineludible
  • inflexible
  • irrevocable
  • no ifs ands or buts
  • obligatory
  • ordained
  • prescribed
  • settled
  • sure
  • unalterable
  • unpreventable
  • without recourse
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Antonyms for de-creed

  • avoidable
  • distant
  • escapable
  • later
  • doubtful
  • fortuitous
  • preventable
  • uncertain
  • unlikely
  • unsure
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WORD ORIGIN

early 14c., from Old French decre, variant of decret (12c., Modern French décret), from Latin decretum, neuter of decretus, past participle of decernere "to decree, decide, pronounce a decision," from de- (see de-) + cernere "to separate" (see crisis).