Thesaurus / herald
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Their following was discouraged, and they themselves feared lest the General should be the herald of armies.

The River WarWinston S. Churchill

Then he summoned the people through a herald by a consecrated form of words.

The editor of the Herald has lived a good deal longer than he ought to have done, but it is to be hoped that he can't live always.

Good, my lad,” said Cuchulain; “these are the tokens of a herald.

Irish Fairy TalesEdmond Leamy

The English returned no answer to the herald, as no command or order had been given.

Before this, however, the occasion of war and the justice of making an expedition are declared by a herald in the great Council.

The City of the SunTommaso Campanella

Dan flung up the window; the first red streak of dawn was warming the gray east, a herald of the coming sun.

We like and admire the Herald, because of its tact and ingenuity in getting news first from any part of the world.

The big Ponkapoag bob-sled needed no bugle to herald its coming.

Old Plymouth TrailsWinthrop Packard

It is a herald of the English spring and summer, beginning to sing at the end of January and continuing until July.

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