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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
proclaim (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to declare publicly, typically insistently, proudly, or defiantly and in either speech or writing - announce
b) to give outward indication of - show his manner proclaimed his genteel upbringing
2.
to declare or declare to be solemnly, officially, or formally - proclaim an amnesty proclaim the country a republic
3.
to praise or glorify openly or publicly - extol proclaimed the rescue workers' efforts declare
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
proclaim (verb)
to make known openly or publicly
SYNONIMS:
advertise, annunciate, blare, blaze, blazon, broadcast, declare, enunciate, flash, give out, herald, placard, post, proclaim, promulgate, publicize, publish, release, sound, trumpet
RELATED WORDS:
bark, call (off out), cry; bill, billboard, bulletin, gazette []; knell, ring, toll; blurb, feature, pitch, plug, promote, puff; disseminate, spread; disclose, divulge, introduce, kithe [], manifest, report, reveal, show; advise, apprise, hand down, inform, notify; communicate, impart, intimate
NEAR ANTONYMS:
conceal, hush (up), silence, suppress, withhold; recall, recant, retract, revoke
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