How Do You Spell UKASE?

Correct spelling for the English word "ukase" is [j_ˈuː_k_eɪ_s], [jˈuːke͡ɪs], [jˈuːke‍ɪs]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for UKASE

Below is the list of 160 misspellings for the word "ukase".

Plural form of UKASE is UKASES

Definition of UKASE

  1. [=u]-k[=a]s', n. a Russian decree having the force of law, emanating from the Czar directly or from the senate: any official proclamation. [Russ. ukaz[)u], an edict--y-, prefix, kazat[)i], show.]

Anagrams of UKASE

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Usage Examples for UKASE

  1. Being compelled by an imperial ukase to acquire the Russian language, his eyes were opened to a new world of literature, and he began to think for himself. - "Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ" by Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D.
  2. That very morning Dunshie's company commander received the following ukase from headquarters:- Officers commanding Companies will render to the Orderly Room without fail, by 9 A. M. to- morrow, the name of one man qualified to act as chiropodist to the Company. - "The First Hundred Thousand" by Ian Hay