promulgated

[ prom-uhl-geyt, proh-muhl-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF promulgated
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"The man who comes after me will need a wooden overcoat," he promulgated.

No laws were promulgated, and everybody continued to do as heretofore.

These verses were promulgated in Ramzan, the 9th month of the year.

Simultaneously, a new theory of colonisation was promulgated.

Meantime, Lincoln's famous Proclamation of Emancipation had been promulgated.

Laws for the encouragement of stock-raising have been promulgated.

"The limits of my language mean the limits of my world," Wittgenstein promulgated.

At Dresden, also, was promulgated the new constitution of Warsaw.

In 1905 an edict was promulgated abolishing the old system of examinations.

The law which is promulgated through this person is a "divine law."

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