decreet

Decreet vs Careful - What's the difference?

decreet | careful |


As a noun decreet

is (scotland|legal) the final judgment of the court of session, or of an inferior court, by which the question at issue is decided.

As an adjective careful is

(obsolete) full of care or grief; sorrowful, sad.

Caution vs Decreet - What's the difference?

caution | decreet |


As nouns the difference between caution and decreet

is that caution is precept or warning against evil or danger of any kind; exhortation to wariness; advice; injunction while decreet is (scotland|legal) the final judgment of the court of session, or of an inferior court, by which the question at issue is decided.

As a verb caution

is to warn; to alert, advise that caution is warranted.

Cautious vs Decreet - What's the difference?

cautious | decreet |


As an adjective cautious

is careful; using or exercising caution; tentative.

As a noun decreet is

(scotland|legal) the final judgment of the court of session, or of an inferior court, by which the question at issue is decided.

Decreet vs Decreer - What's the difference?

decreet | decreer |


As nouns the difference between decreet and decreer

is that decreet is (scotland|legal) the final judgment of the court of session, or of an inferior court, by which the question at issue is decided while decreer is one who issues a decree.

Terms vs Decreet - What's the difference?

terms | decreet |


As nouns the difference between terms and decreet

is that terms is while decreet is (scotland|legal) the final judgment of the court of session, or of an inferior court, by which the question at issue is decided.

Decreet vs Decreest - What's the difference?

decreet | decreest |


As a noun decreet

is (scotland|legal) the final judgment of the court of session, or of an inferior court, by which the question at issue is decided.

As a verb decreest is

(archaic) (decree).

Decreet vs Decreed - What's the difference?

decreet | decreed |


As a noun decreet

is (scotland|legal) the final judgment of the court of session, or of an inferior court, by which the question at issue is decided.

As a verb decreed is

(decree).

Decrees vs Decreet - What's the difference?

decrees | decreet |


As nouns the difference between decrees and decreet

is that decrees is while decreet is (scotland|legal) the final judgment of the court of session, or of an inferior court, by which the question at issue is decided.

As a verb decrees

is (decree).

Decreet vs Decreeth - What's the difference?

decreet | decreeth |


As a noun decreet

is (scotland|legal) the final judgment of the court of session, or of an inferior court, by which the question at issue is decided.

As a verb decreeth is

(archaic) third-person singular present simple form of decree .

Decreet vs Decree - What's the difference?

decreet | decree |


As nouns the difference between decreet and decree

is that decreet is (scotland|legal) the final judgment of the court of session, or of an inferior court, by which the question at issue is decided while decree is an edict or law.

As a verb decree is

to command by a decree.

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