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verb as in blare

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As someone sentimental to a good trumpet belt, I put my notebook in my lap and listened.

From Time

The team cultivates unique varieties like lion’s mane, pink oysters, and royal trumpets in their macrofarm, while also using mini farms in buildings all across the city.

From Eater

The House speaker trumpeted his plans Wednesday to file a suit against the president over his ‘king-like’ executive orders.

The fine lines of the article (which were not so fine at all but loudly trumpeted) were not read carefully by some.

And so, as with cancer, anything with a hint of possible truth is grabbed and trumpeted as the next big thing.

The arrests were trumpeted with press conferences on both sides of the Atlantic.

The piece was trumpeted by the progressive non-profit, Media Matters in a blast email as “bad news for Benghazi Hoaxers.”

Suddenly the Elephant trumpeted aloud as though men had goaded him.

And one of the elephants with two small tusks just coming out of his mouth stood out from the herd and trumpeted.

Kari then trumpeted more and more loudly, waving his trunk and rushing madly around.

A roar came from the populace; an elephant trumpeted; the pariah dogs barked.

When he found he could not do this, he trumpeted and pawed the earth, throwing great clods of dirt all over them.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trumpeted, such as: advertise, tout, publish, proclaim, and herald.

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