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Singular
Decree

Plural
Decrees

Decree (plural Decrees)
  1. An edict or law.
  2. (law) The judicial decision in a litigated cause rendered by a court of equity.
  3. (law) The determination of a cause in a court of admiralty, or a court of probate.
  • Note: It is accurate to use the word judgment for a decision of a court of law, and decree from a court of equity, although the former term now includes both.

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Infinitive
to Decree

Third person singular
Decrees

Simple past
decreed

Past participle
decreed

Present participle
decreeing

to Decree (third-person singular simple present Decrees, present participle decreeing, simple past and past participle decreed)
  1. To command by a decree.

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