Verb(1) declare formally; declare someone to be something; of titles(2) state or announce(3) affirm or declare as an attribute or quality of(4) praise, glorify, or honor
(1) The bill also authorized the president to proclaim that Americans traveling on belligerents' ships did so at their own risk.(2) Why not proclaim to the world in decisive terms our own importance?(3) All those Africa charity ads proclaim the same message.(4) Other Canadian towns and cities have been criticized for refusing to officially proclaim gay pride days.(5) William Hague can proclaim that he will cut taxes and boost spending until he is blue in the face.(6) It is too early to proclaim that things are spinning into control on the nonproliferation front.(7) When they are captured, they will often loudly proclaim their innocence.(8) Even some go so far as to proclaim that communism is a state form of Christianity.(9) The message of happy family living is proclaimed loudly as the reality of violence is all but dismissed.(10) However, in that year, senior air force officials proclaimed April 9 as Royal Thai Air Force Day, relegating March 27 to Commemoration Day.(11) In 1769 a Mamluk leader, Ali Bey, proclaimed himself sultan, declaring independence from the Ottomans.(12) The town was officially proclaimed on 21 March 1878.(13) Though Weiszacker publicly proclaimed German guilt, he had successfully expanded the scope of victims to include all Germans.(14) Oil and Gas Journal's editor, Bob Tippee, proclaims that commodity markets work.(15) Just leave aside the special problem you bring, for which there may well be a statutory or proclamatory answer.(16) Al-Jazeera broadcast a videotape in which he proclaimed that the United States will be defeated in Iraq and Afghanistan.
(1) proclaim :: pwoklame
1. declare ::
2. assert ::
3. demonstrate ::
4. exalt ::
5. predicate ::
6. promulgate ::
Different Formsproclaim, proclaimed, proclaiming, proclaims
Word Example from TV Shows
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I now PROCLAIM
Cersei of the House Lannister,
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 10
do hereby PROCLAIM my grandfather,
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 10
and PROCLAIM me the true Lord of Winterfell
and Warden of the North.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 9
I now PROCLAIM Tommen
of the House Baratheon,
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 5
and PROCLAIM Joffrey as the true heir.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 9
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