other words for pronunciamento
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
This treaty was really nothing but a pronunciamento of Bonaparte.
A few days later Lafayette, as commander of the armies in the North, issued a pronunciamento against the popular excesses.
Following this pronunciamento, Senator Hanway began laying personal pipes for four years away with pristine ardor.
At this pronunciamento of Aunt Lavina's a swift glance passed between the two old women.
The pronunciamento delayed was at length proclaimed, and carried to a successful issue.
Champney had not anticipated this pronunciamento, but he accepted the challenge on the instant.
Castillo prepared to resist the Pronunciamento and march against the troops at Murviedro.
There had been no disturbance in the city when the news of the pronunciamento was telegraphed from Rio.
But a few years before that Huxley and his colleagues got up a kind of pronunciamento deploring the existing state of affairs.
It is seen to be a power existing in pronunciamento only, It has never won a field.