u·kase / yoōˈkās; -ˈkāz/ • n. an edict of the Russian government: Tsar Alexander I issued his famous ukase unilaterally decreeing the North Pacific Coast Russian territory. ∎ an arbitrary command: defying the publisher in the very building from which he had issued his ukase.
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