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synonyms for trumpeted

  • advertise
  • proclaim
  • publish
  • tout
  • herald
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antonyms for trumpeted

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  • conceal
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How to use trumpeted in a sentence

As someone sentimental to a good trumpet belt, I put my notebook in my lap and listened.
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Suddenly the Elephant trumpeted aloud as though men had goaded him.
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And one of the elephants with two small tusks just coming out of his mouth stood out from the herd and trumpeted.
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Kari then trumpeted more and more loudly, waving his trunk and rushing madly around.
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A roar came from the populace; an elephant trumpeted; the pariah dogs barked.
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When he found he could not do this, he trumpeted and pawed the earth, throwing great clods of dirt all over them.
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But the point which we have to notice is that in this manner was the antiquity of the Tarot generally trumpeted forth.
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But Lady Byron regarded Mrs. Leighs answer as an admission of guilt, and trumpeted the news to all her friends.
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I hope you won't think from seeing me back here that my loudly trumpeted improvement in the autumn was fallacious.
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