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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HERALDED

Time was when the end of a journey only heralded the preparation for another.

Even as a lover, his addresses were heralded by his gold, not enhanced by qualities of his own.

In their enthusiastic French way they heralded the story everywhere.

It was a simple gesture, yet it heralded a change in the lives of both.

And also, it must be heralded that as far as art is concerned the end of the world has been seen.

Those unsung heroines should not their heroism be heralded while some still live?

In 1857 it was heralded all over the land that Barnum had failed.

It was an expression that heralded defeat, the first faint shadow of despair.

"Jane, my dear, I thought you were never coming," heralded a new arrival.

They were heralded abroad everywhere and gave me the governorship.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., "to sound the praises of," from herald (n.). Related: Heralded; heralding.

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