pronounced

[ pruh-nounst ]SEE DEFINITION OF pronounced

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRONOUNCED

By all who have seen her, Helen Winship is pronounced the most beautiful of women.

My opinion of this machine is so pronounced that I do not care to state it fully.

What had he said, what was the word he had just pronounced, that she should be so overcome by it?

A second time she interrupted herself in the tremor of the words she pronounced.

With the insight of a kindred temperament he pronounced his verdict.

"As good a pulse as ever man had," pronounced Mr. Walsingham.

I was about a month, after this, under his care, when he pronounced me to be sea-worthy again.

The word Dynasty (he pronounced it Die-nasty) makes me sick!

We called it Baliana, and we pronounced Abydos according to our education.

The doctor was sent for, and pronounced it to be the scarlet fever.

WORD ORIGIN

"spoken," 1570s, past participle adjective from pronounce (v.). Sense of "emphatic" is a figurative meaning first attested c.1730.

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