noun, plural or·don·nanc·es [awr-dn-uh n-siz; French awr-daw-nahns] /ˈɔr dn ən sɪz; French ɔr dɔˈnɑ̃s/.
Origin of ordonnance
Examples from the Web for ordonnance
Historical Examples of ordonnance
The Ordonnance as printed by Laurire and Isambert is of 1287.A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume II
Henry Charles Lea
Three Taitsi rode off to present the ordonnance to the Kitats.Travels in Tartary, Thibet, and China
Evariste Regis Huc
On the 27th this ordonnance was confirmed in Parliament amidst loud cheers.Political Women (Vol. 1 of 2)
In the general arrangement, in the ordonnance, late Gothic caprice and fantastic love of the unforeseen rule triumphant.
French law was codified in the 17th century by the “Ordonnance de 1673.”