This Decalogue of free men, formed in the forests of America, contained more metaphysical phrases than sound policy.
His Decalogue was a monologue, consisting but of one commandment: Do your duty.
The ten moral rules of the Decalogue were enforced, and a stricter interpretation attached to its terms.
Following is the revised edition of the Decalogue, calculated for this meridian.
What the Decalogue really says is, "Thou shalt not steal," but I am trying to use more polite language.
What sin is there in the Decalogue in which he has not steeped himself to the lips?
Relapse into idolatry shortly after giving the Decalogue, 23.
The Decalogue says you shall not take away from any man his profit.
In some cantons of Switzerland the prohibition was introduced in the Decalogue, next to the commandment against adultery.
It is enjoined in the first three precepts of the Decalogue.
"Ten Commandments," late 14c., from Middle French decalogue, from Latin decalogus, from Greek, from the phrase hoi deka logoi used to translate "Ten Commandments" in Septuagint.