declare formally; declare someone to be something; of titles
"He was proclaimed King"
proclaim, exclaim, promulgate(verb)
state or announce
"`I am not a Communist,' he exclaimed"; "The King will proclaim an amnesty"
affirm or declare as an attribute or quality of
"The speech predicated the fitness of the candidate to be President"
laud, extol, exalt, glorify, proclaim(verb)
praise, glorify, or honor
"extol the virtues of one's children"; "glorify one's spouse's cooking"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To announce is to give intelligence of in some formal or public way. We may announce that which has occurred or that which is to occur, tho the word is chiefly used in the anticipative sense; we announce a book when it is in press, a guest when he arrives. We advertise our business, communicate our intentions, enunciate our views; we notify an individual, give notice to the public. Declare has often an authoritative force; to declare war is to cause war to be, where before there may have been only hostilities; we say declare war, proclaim peace. We propound a question or an argument, promulgate the views of a sect or party, or the decision of a court, etc. We report an interview, reveal a secret, herald the coming of some distinguished person or great event. Publish, in popular usage, is becoming closely restricted to the sense of issuing through the press; we announce a book that is to be published.
advertise, announce, circulate, communicate, declare, enunciate, give notice (of), give out, herald, make known, notify, promulgate, propound, publish, report, reveal, say, spread abroad, state, tell
The event was announced to the family by telegraph.
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How to use proclaim in a sentence?
We tend to interpret them as activities which sort of proclaim the power of one polity, or at least, the allianceofsomenature between the twopolities.
Laws disarming honest citizens proclaim that the government is the master, not the servant, of the people.
When psychologically unfit form the majority in any sect, and yet proclaim to be the only fittest, will not only be a threat to the existence of the sane minority, but are surely catastrophic for the human race as a whole!”- Ramana Pemmaraju
The people of the United States, perhaps more than any other nation in history, love to abase themselves and proclaim their unworthiness, and seem to find refreshment in doing so... That is a dark frivolity, but still frivolity.
People are also animals and it is sheer foolishness on part of a person to even proclaim or consider ever that we are better than other living organism on an intelligence level.
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- verkündigen, verkünden, erklärenGerman
- قبلا اعلام کردنPersian
- kuuluttaa, julistaaFinnish
- proclamer, déclarerFrench
- kunngjøre, kunngjere, proklamereNorwegian Nynorsk
- объяви́ть, провозглаша́ть, объявля́ть, провозгласи́тьRussian
- förkunna, proklameraSwedish
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