Sentence for decide | Use decide in a sentence

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  • He must decide! (8)
  • And yet he must decide! (8)
  • But decide at once. (10)
  • She could not decide. (8)
  • To decide about death! (8)
  • We are unable to decide. (10)
  • That would decide everything. (10)
  • But I want your whole heart to decide. (10)
  • Mr. Stuart Rem might decide it for them. (10)
  • As for myself, you must give me time to decide. (8)
  • For herself it was so hard to finish or decide. (8)
  • You must decide quickly, to catch a boat train. (8)
  • The thing was easy to decide, hard to accomplish. (2)
  • The next moment, she felt, must decide her destiny. (5)
  • Her boat started in three days, and she must decide. (8)
  • You can have Peace with Honour, whatever you decide. (8)
  • I appeal to your judgement, and I must accept what you decide. (10)
  • On two occasions he had declined to let her be pressed to decide. (10)
  • But he must decide, fix on some course of action before he got home. (8)
  • Decide to be out of it, and come to Paris for some life for a month. (10)
  • You are in a position of one who is not allowed to decide by his feelings. (10)
  • Life surged to her with the thought, that she could decide and take her step. (10)
  • If that cruel letter were the last word, and she forced to decide between them! (8)
  • Let him do the best he can, and trust the editor to decide whether it will take. (9)
  • Whether its value is higher or lower than formerly it is not my office to decide. (12)
  • I know I must decide for myself, and of course I know that he has a very hard life. (8)
  • Then he is coming round slowly to Paris, where we are to meet and decide on plans. (14)
  • She was to do everything for herself, do and dare everything, decide upon everything. (10)
  • Can ecclesiastical casuists decide upon cases of conscience affecting men of the world? (10)
  • Would to heaven that I had lost the wager, had it only taken a little longer to decide it! (6)
  • Decide at the outset, that temper is fatal to policy: hold them with both hands in division. (10)
  • Why, in such a case, the shadow-nimbus of Force is needed to decide the sinking of the scale. (10)
  • We must decide something about Crossjay, and get the money for his crammer, if it is to be got. (10)
  • Why not break the excruciating faggot-bands, and escape, when you have only to decide to do it? (10)
  • But she was down the slanting aisle and out of the reeling door before he could decide what to do. (9)
  • If the title of idealist belonged to him, we will not immediately decide that it was opprobrious. (10)
  • Our Chief cannot be everywhere at once; so Medole undertakes to decide for him here in old Milan. (10)
  • How decide whether or no to take notice; to let him do his worst, or try and get into touch with him? (8)
  • She must send for the doctor; he would decide what was best, when he saw how Alan came through the day. (9)
  • I had to decide whether we took a hero or an author, which I soon learnt to do with capricious resolution. (10)
  • There she had stood by that bush of dark red roses; had stood to read and decide that Jon must know it all! (8)
  • She could have accused Vernon of a treacherous cunning for imposing it on her free will to decide her fate. (10)
  • Whether he will so far control this following as to decide the nature of the novel with us remains to be seen. (9)
  • On his way to the City, he had to decide whether he would go to the Bank, or take the train leading to Wrexby. (10)
  • On his way to the City, he had to decide whether he would go to the Bank, or take the train leading to Wrexby. (22)
  • It was to her not a matter for her will to decide upon, but simply a black door shut that nothing could displace. (10)
  • All that I can do now, however, is to put the case before the reader, and let him decide for himself how it should end. (9)
  • His depths were sounded, and he answered independently of his will, that he must be up to the heroical pitch to decide. (10)
  • I appreciated that he would feel that Mr. Melville would decide that I had not received proper care and would be angry. (21)
  • In the life together of these two there had, from the very start, been a queer understanding as to who should decide what. (8)
  • The next morning the ladies assembled again on the piazza to decide what should be done with the beautiful day before them. (9)
  • Their fate is decided for them, and they submit to it; whereas those who decide their fate are always rebelling against it. (9)
  • If it has not been made clear from the events and characters of the foregoing history which opinion is right, I am unable to decide. (9)
  • Westover had the forethought to decide that Miss Bessie should ask for Jeff if she wanted him, and this simplified matters very much. (9)
  • She had committed herself, perished as a maiden of society, and her parents, even the senseless mother, must see it and decide by it. (10)
  • I do not know whether the Spaniards themselves rank Valdes with Galdos or not, and I have no wish to decide upon their relative merits. (9)
  • Letters from the squire and my aunt Dorothy urged me to betake myself to Riversley, there finally to decide upon what my course should be. (10)
  • When Felix had read these words he remained absolutely still, holding that buff-colored paper before his face, trying to decide what he must do now. (8)
  • Close to her carriage two young gentlemen-cricketers were strolling, while Fallow field gained breath to decide which men to send in first to the wickets. (10)

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Definition of decide:

  • decide, de-sd’, v.t. to determine: to end: to settle: to resolve. | adjs. decid’able, capable of being decided; decid’ed, determined: clear, unmistakable: resolute. | adv. decid’edly. (0)

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