Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To decide; settle; determine.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Instead of meddling with the insurance companies, the government should simply regulate health care costs – much like Japan has. otherwise, the cost of health care will not go down; we will merely shuffle paper to decise who is paying for it ....

    WH going 'on offense' as Senate health care debate begins

  • As long as he holds the coarse, we will be able to judge the whole and decise if the exercise for him and us was worth it.

    The Confounding Nature of the Malazan Series

  • Bengal, “Following the principles of stare decise as held by the honourable National

    The Times of India

  • "Pieguy" Pi of Nor Cal and some highlights from matches at the event! after hanging out at the shopping center and movie theater, we decise to take a quick break. it was too dark outside to film. so ill be sure to film it later

    WN.com - Business News

  • Ghillies on break at Fuddruckers after hanging out at the shopping center and movie theater, we decise to take a quick break. it was too dark outside to film. so ill be sure to film it later

    WN.com - Business News

  • The county budget should be done 18 months in advance and voted on so that WE decise how much they can spend, instead of them deciding how much they get to tax us.

    Readthehook.com - Current Articles

  • Do we decise what is right and wrong on how much it costs?

    Lowell Sun Forum

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