edict

[ ee-dikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF edict

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EDICT

"Such an edict was passed because Athens is not a republic," replied Philæmon.

If this was not granted, to refuse their subscription to the edict.

The edict for their extermination, was published in the year 1492.

This is an occasion that demands an exception from our edict.

The edict of the inquisitors reveals how much we have to fear.

This edict was executed with great rigor, and many were burned at the stake.

That might be true, but the edict, as it had been pronounced, had not been against her.

He had made the edict; they had given their children; he must give his daughter.

Whatever they were, their effects on the Edict are sufficiently plain.

But their remonstrances were in vain, and they were given to understand that the edict was absolute.

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