Definición de proclaim en inglés:
- The announcer proclaimed that Ty Roberts was up to bat.
- Suddenly the announcer proclaimed that Beezer had been selected in the fourth round by the Rangers.
- President Woodrow Wilson, in 1914, made an official announcement proclaiming Mother's Day as a national holiday that was to be held on second Sunday of May.
- On December 10, 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
- Durbin misstates Catholic doctrine on both abortion and the death penalty, yet still publicly proclaims himself a ‘practicing Catholic’.
- Hey, there, Karyn and A.J. Well, the celebration officially proclaiming Prince Albert II ruler of Monaco has begun.
- This declaration proclaims that all individuals are equal and entitled to certain freedoms and rights, both socially and culturally.
- Prior to his assassination, he had proclaimed that Guinea-Bissau would declare its independence from Portugal in that year.
- The death of Princess Diana set off an explosion that jolted many reporters into proclaiming that human feelings matter - a lot.
- We now invoke a deity when we recite our Pledge of Allegiance, and our currency clearly proclaims the basis of our laws; can compulsory adherence to Christianity be far behind?
- Even when you are unhappy, your very being proclaims your strength.
- The message of happy family living is proclaimed loudly as the reality of violence is all but dismissed.
- proclaimer sustantivo
- Oraciones de ejemplo
- When we, as proclaimers of the gospel, take on the role of storyteller, we continue the oral tradition that is so easily recognizable in the pages of the Old and New Testaments.
- Craig describes his ministry as one of ‘preparing and renewing women and men to be proclaimers of Jesus Christ.’
- But he was instead an apostle, an ad hoc theologian, a proclaimer, a charismatic who saw visions and spoke in tongues - and a religious genius.
- Oraciones de ejemplo
- Your proclamatory question that Arts Grads. are unashamed of ignorance in things scientific is surely a rhetorical one.
- Some critics were turned off by Williams' bombastic, proclamatory emceeing, which often made no pretense of rhythmic consistency or tonal variety.
- Vatican II's style is discursive, not doctrinal; persuasive, not proclamatory.
Late Middle English proclame, from Latin proclamare 'cry out', from pro- 'forth' + clamare 'to shout'. The change in the second syllable was due to association with the verb claim.
Palabras que riman con proclaimacclaim, aflame, aim, became, blame, came, claim, dame, exclaim, fame, flame, frame, game, lame, maim, misname, name, same, shame, tame
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