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adjective as in mandated

adjective as in uttered

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Example Sentences

“We won the war,” the Fox News personality proclaimed last week.

Instead, Washington, who famously proclaimed “What brave men I must this day lose!”

“We challenge Mr. Cosby to end this nightmare,” proclaimed Gloria Allred.

Nazi texts proclaimed that the annihilation or expulsion of the Armenians was a “compelling necessity.”

According to the Los Angeles Times, Atkins got married in 1981 to “a self-proclaimed Texas millionaire” named Donald Laisure.

England proclaimed a rough indignation at the demand for Gibraltar, which Austria had made in behalf of Spain.

The virtuous statesman advanced to meet him, while his countenance proclaimed that he knew all, and sympathized with its victim.

He now knew no bounds to his wrath; and he proclaimed it in such a manner, that the terrified priest flew before him.

He had me summoned by edicts and proclaimed through the public streets, an action that has scandalized this community.

The declaration of war, or cessation thereof, used to be proclaimed in the market by the High Bailiff.


On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to proclaimed, such as: assigned, authorized, charged, decreed, ordered, and bid.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.