Synonyms for proclamations
Antonyms for proclamations
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROCLAMATIONS
They are proclamations admirable in sentiment and intention.
All of their inhabitants who have not obeyed the proclamations, and retired, are to leave at once.
His proclamations were provided by those who employed him, but his soul was his own.
Then how does your royal highness mean to treat the proclamations?
The town was placarded with proclamations of Trochu and Ducrot.
Similarly, the British generals were prodigal of promises in their proclamations.
Laws and proclamations were continually passed for the repression of vagrants.
Proclamations on this last subject had been published in March last.
The proclamations of the several pretenders had had their effect.
Dear Sir: I have read with interest your proclamations about "Coppers."
late 14c., "act of making public," also "that which is proclaimed;" from Old French proclamacion (14c., Modern French proclamation) and directly from Latin proclamationem (nominative proclamatio), noun of action from past participle stem of proclamare (see proclaim).