Definition of Decrew

1. v. i. To decrease.



Definition of Decrew

1. to decrease [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: decrease

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Decrew

decrescendoing
decrescendos
decrescent
decrescents
decretage
decretages
decretal
decretals
decretion
decretist
decretists
decretive
decretorial
decretorily
decretory
decrew (current term)
decrewed
decrewing
decrews
decrial
decrials
decried
decrier
decriers
decries
decriminalisation
decriminalise
decriminalised
decriminalises
decriminalising

Literary usage of Decrew

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1. Haydn's Dictionary of Dates and Universal Information Relating to All Ages by Joseph Haydn (1889)
"... 1837, it was decrew that after I Jan. 1840, the metric and decimal system in its primitive simplicity should be usod in all business transactions. ..."

2. The Law of Contracts by John William Smith, Vincent Thomas Thompson, William Henry Rawle, George Sharswood (1878)
"decrew, 53 Me. 392; Dyer r. Walker, 54 Ibid. 18; Thorn v. Moore, 21 Iowa 285 ; Eaton t>. Gillet, 17 Wis. 435. A part payment made on Sunday will not take ..."

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