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Definition of "decreed" []

  • An edict, law, etc, made by someone in authority (noun)
  • An order or judgment of a court made after hearing a suit, esp in matrimonial proceedings (noun)
  • To order, adjudge, or ordain by decree (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of decree. (verb)

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Use "decreed" in a sentence
  • "Y: Never did We destroy a population that had not a term decreed and assigned beforehand."
  • "“The only touchdown will be for the final pickup,” the captain decreed, “when everybody and everything is ready.”"
  • "Stunney and his minion Zoskie et al. believe that whatever their fantasy infallible God has decreed is objective."