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adjective as in issued

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Still, there’s a small but influential force in activist investing that is not only paying attention to bad news but also promulgating and profiting from it.

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The sad thing is to see this misnomer being promulgated by gays themselves.

The Law of Return was promulgated in 1951 to grant automatic Israeli citizenship to every Jew.

Ngai associates it with other "lite" aesthetic categories promulgated by postwar consumer culture: quaint, wacky, quirky, cool.

A case in point is that this conversation was initially promulgated largely by women; a sad and disturbing fact.

There was another theory promulgated many years back by certain people of some degree of eminence in their own walk in life.

In no colony where the value of the white manʼs prestige is appreciated would such a law have been promulgated.

No sooner had the sentences of excommunication been promulgated than King Robert took measures to have them revoked or mitigated.

It was a dismal day at Frederick when the news was promulgated that General Hooker was relieved of the command.

A belief, such as we refer to, was promulgated amongst the Crusaders, and was fostered by the founders of the Inquisition.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to promulgated, such as: expressed, announced, broadcast, delivered, disseminated, and distributed.

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