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These quasi-mystical proclamations are presented in brief, sequentially-numbered sections, some of which are only a sentence long.

Then he walked on, presumably off to go make lengthier proclamations in front of larger but no less impressionable audiences.

They were welcomed by nearly unanimous deafening screams and proclamations of undying love.

And senators take their big proclamations—and even their smaller proclamations—quite seriously.

She wrote many of his proclamations, his letters, his state papers, and with all the glowing fervor of an enthusiastic woman.

The governors of the English settlements put forth proclamations interdicting all communication with this nest of buccaneers.

To intimidate them, Dunmore issued proclamations, and threatened freeing the slaves against their masters.

Proclamations were of consequence sent forth, prohibiting all persons from carrying pistols under a foot long in the barrel.

All of their inhabitants who have not obeyed the proclamations, and retired, are to leave at once.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to proclamations, such as: edict, decree, publication, promulgation, notification, and pronouncement.

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