decision

[ dih-sizh-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF decision

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECISION

You bet Mr. Arledge would 'a' got my decision right hot off the griddle.

The alderman saw no reason to repent his decision, hastily as it had been made.

It was because they had been out for three hours without reaching a decision.

There were two factors that chiefly influenced her decision.

All their calamities, except the plague, were the foreseen results of their own decision.

And that was all; for Te-filo knew that he would not be moved from his decision.

Several other nights passed without her having come to any decision.

In arriving at this decision her mind traveled a number of devious roads.

Whether this decision was justified or not the reader shall decide.

You go in and see her for yourself, lambie, before ye come to any decision.

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