decide[ dih-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF decide
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECIDE
I do not presume to decide whether all that is believed has the inward significancy.
Let me hear from your own lips the words that must decide my destiny.
Still, I must tell you all about certain things before you decide.
To decide the question, I read two books; one agrees with you, and the other with Hardy.
I cannot decide which way to turn to reach Fifth Avenue again.
What is left for the sovereign power to decide on, if this right be denied him?
She would have got it, too, if it had been left to the Corn Women to decide.
The three generals now held a council of war, to decide on a plan of campaign.
Moreover, the question should be left to Monseigneur; he alone should decide it.
My heart is still true to him; so, shall I decide against myself?