ukase (plural ukases)
- an authoritative proclamation; an edict, especially from the tsarist Russian government
- 1805: An Ukase, it appears, has been issued by the Emperor Alexander, to facilitate the introduction of calimancoes and other Norwich goods into his Empire. â€” The Times, 6 May 1805, p.3 col. C
- 1965: I knew a stunned plunge of disappointment and a bitter anger. What right had he to issue such an arbitrary ukase? â€” John Fowles, The Magus
5 letters in word "ukase": A E K S U.
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