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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HERALDING

Settlers, gloomily acquiescent in an unjust fate, brightened at his heralding.

The chimes (he could hear none but those of the Cathedral) were heralding the hour of seven.

And a success it proved that more than justified all the heralding of which Scaramouche had been guilty.

She might have been a new Deborah, heralding her nation to battle.

The soft light was spreading on the east, heralding the coming day.

He is heading and heralding a multitude which no man can number.

Somewhat about midnight Merthyr reached the inn, heralding the carriage.

There was a faint light in the east, heralding the approach of the sun.

It comes, as if under a new banner, heralding the turn of fortune.

The trumpets soon after sounded, heralding the approach of the judge.

WORD ORIGIN

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

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