Mays has decreed that “applicants must be British citizens.”
Atalanta is a young princess, and her father has decreed she must marry whichever man wins a footrace.
They were all sent to Afghanistan to do their duty for our country as Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama decreed.
Harry, it has been decreed, will not be photographed near any alcohol.
Instead, he decreed that the state needed to prioritize legislation mandating sonograms for women seeking abortions.
But it was decreed that the dog should have the honour of rendering the first service.
He decreed a stamp-tax, and the equal distribution of the land-tax.
They decreed that each and every one who gave her shelter should also be adjudged unclean.
I had to do it—Father had decreed—my Shirley pride demanded—that I should do it.
Thats something we will let Guide Muriel explain before she collects any of our precious quarters, decreed Jerry.
late 14c., from decree (n.). Related: Decreed; decreeing.