fiat

[ fee-aht, -at; fahy-uh t, -at ]SEE DEFINITION OF fiat

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIAT

The fiat demanded no limitation to her stay with “sister” Emma.

He had to meet the tired, sweet servitors without and announce a man's fiat.

Fiat voluntas &c. thy will be done in earth as it is in heuen.

He became the umpire of taste, and his word was received as the fiat of fashion.

The judge at last rises, and, with mock solemnity, delivers his fiat.

A fate that like the fiat of Deity says "Thou shalt not," to all wrongdoing.

My employer gave me some money, and I started two hours later in the Fiat.

In the beginning the creative word was Fiat lux—let there be light.

But Sir Omicron had shaken his head and declared that the fiat had gone forth.

And, trying to collect his thoughts, he took a cab and drove to her fiat.

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