ukase (Meaning)

Wordnet

ukase (n)

an edict of the Russian tsar

Webster

ukase (n.)

In Russia, a published proclamation or imperial order, having the force of law.

ukase Sentence Examples

  1. The tsar's ukase declared that all serfs were to be emancipated.
  2. The ukase prohibited the sale of alcohol on Sundays.
  3. The czar issued an ukase declaring war on Japan.
  4. The ukase imposed a heavy tax on all imported goods.
  5. The ukase required all citizens to attend church on Sundays.
  6. The ukase forbade the use of firearms without a license.
  7. The ukase established a new system of taxation.
  8. The ukase created a new government department responsible for overseeing the economy.
  9. The ukase reorganized the army and navy.
  10. The ukase granted the nobility new privileges.

FAQs About the word ukase

an edict of the Russian tsarIn Russia, a published proclamation or imperial order, having the force of law.

decree, ruling, directive, edict, resolution,proclamation, decision, diktat, rescript, fiat

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The tsar's ukase declared that all serfs were to be emancipated.

The ukase prohibited the sale of alcohol on Sundays.

The czar issued an ukase declaring war on Japan.

The ukase imposed a heavy tax on all imported goods.