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Spell check of edict

Correct spelling: edict

Synonyms:
guild, rewrite, proverb, rescript, revise, imperative, teaching, order of magnitude, parliamentary procedure, rules of order, charge, notice, ordinance, legislation, institute, call for, society, saying, annul, ordination, bull, principle, axiom, polity, diktat, announcement, acquit, direction, knowledge, instruction, bidding, adage, judgment, commandment, formula, ordering, order, jurisprudence, saw, regulation, proclamation, fiat, word, law, ukase, rule, code, revisal, lodge, moral, mandate, injunction, prescription, manifesto, ruling, decree, behest, statute, byword, enactment, catchword, citation, bar, precept, dictate, directive, monastic order, declaration, parliamentary law, revision, do, award, doctrine, economy, pronouncement, determination, canon, orderliness, credo, policy, gild, social club, dictum, annunciation, acquittal, club, motto, purchase order, command.

Antonyms:
petition, recommendation, plea, entreaty, urging, suggestion, appeal, proposal.

Examples of usage:

1) Ulster had decided to defy " the English edict which would keep Irishmen disarmed while the meanest Englishman may arm himself to the teeth"; Ulster had taken up arms " against the usurped authority of the Parliament of Great Britain to make laws to bind them." - "The Evolution of Sinn Fein", Robert Mitchell Henry.

2) The French, during their brief sovereignty of the island, abolished by special edict all titles, but this amounted to nothing, and was soon forgotten. - "The Story of Malta", Maturin M. Ballou.

3) It was not until they had entered the house and stood alone in the same room where Boone had listened to his edict of banishment, that she turned slowly and said in a voice both terrified and defiant: Morgan- I can't do it.... - "The Tempering", Charles Neville Buck.

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