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synonyms for avowed

  • professed
  • accepted
  • acknowledged
  • admitted
  • affirmed
  • avowedly
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The West has a history of forgetting its avowed commitment to human rights and democracy when it suits its strategic interests.
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Former Virginian Howard Bailey was following all this from Jamaica, where “people smoke weed every day” and where he — an avowed nonsmoker — is living in exile, thanks to an ancient pot conviction on his record.
AN OLD POT ARREST DESTROYED A VIRGINIA VETERAN’S LIFE. NOW THAT IT’S LEGAL THERE, THAT SHOULD NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN.PETULA DVORAKJULY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Loki, despite having become an avowed good guy, couldn’t help but steal one of the Infinity Stones from the treasure room at Asgard before they abandoned the planet, thus attracting Thanos to the ship of refugees.
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Even for avowed loners, to see other human faces—even masked half-faces, 6 ft.
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Why should they not jointly come under explicitly avowed obligations to God?
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Montague was taken completely by surprise, but manfully avowed the whole truth, and defended what he had done.
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Perhaps also greater liberty of thought and speech caused irreligion to take a more avowed and visible form.
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It was no light trouble to him that on their return to London she avowed herself a Romanist.
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I had always felt attached to this divine production, even when I had not believed myself one of its avowed followers.
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After his death, it is said to have unmasked altogether, and Adriano Lemmi himself is depicted as an avowed Satanist.
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WORDS RELATED TO AVOWED

  • accepted
  • acknowledged
  • admitted
  • avowed
  • celebrated
  • certified
  • common
  • confessed
  • conscious
  • down pat
  • established
  • familiar
  • hackneyed
  • manifest
  • noted
  • notorious
  • obvious
  • patent
  • plain
  • proverbial
  • published
  • received
  • recognized
  • well-known
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