decree

[ dih-kree ]SEE DEFINITION OF decree

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECREE

But there was the decree, written in letters of blood and flame.

It seemed more than a decree of chance that their fates should be intertwined.

It was nothing that the decree bore date since his return to France.

There he was, and there was the decree; he had been taken in France, and his head was demanded.

History is the final tribunal which will decree to everyone what he has deserved.

The significance of this decree at such a time cannot be exaggerated.

He willed that all his bishops should set their hands to this decree.

By a decree of the 5th of September the death penalty itself was imposed.

I call upon you to try these generals in accordance with this decree.

And a decree had been passed, making it illegal to submit any such proposition about the walls.

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