proclamation

[ prok-luh-mey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF proclamation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROCLAMATION

The people were required by proclamation to be present on Sundays in their proper place.

A year later the Proclamation was confirmed by Act of Parliament.

There was a Proclamation of the Republic on a wall near by, and he hurried to read it.

They had come in on a proclamation, and there was nothing more to be said against them.

The entry of the Archduke was not less sad than his proclamation.

The four authors of the proclamation struggled for an instant.

Meantime I have written a proclamation announcing the event.

The proclamation is in hand, and paid for, and will be posted first thing in the254 morning.

The proclamation of pardon was issued before his Majesty came into possession.

For who will be selling me a boat and incurring the penalties in Governor Steed's proclamation?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PROCLAMATION

outing

nounpolitically motivated exposure of another's secrets
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