Synonyms of 'herald'
to announce or signal the approach ofEconomists said the drop could herald a fall in consumer spending.
to announce or signal the approach ofTonight's clash is being heralded as the match of the season.
The couple were planning to announce their engagement.
The paper did not publish his name for legal reasons.
Religious groups are not allowed to advertise on TV.
It has been much advertised in specialist magazines.
He continues to proclaim his innocence.
Don't broadcast your business outside the family.
He is trumpeted as the greatest talent of his generation.
He never publicized his plans.
a forerunnerliterary) I welcome the report as the herald of more freedom, not less.
Some respiratory symptoms can be the forerunners of asthma.
His face and movements rarely betrayed any sign of nerves.
The event was seen as a signal of support.
He gave no indication that he was ready to compromise.
He sent her a gift as a token of his appreciation.
Her appearance at this moment is an omen of disaster.
The deal should not be seen as a precursor to a merger.
a harbinger of winter
a person who announces important newsShe hovered by the hearth while the herald delivered his news.
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in the sense of advertise
to present or praise (goods or a service) to the public, in order to encourage salesReligious groups are not allowed to advertise on TV.It has been much advertised in specialist magazines.
in the sense of broadcast
to make widely known throughout an areaDon't broadcast your business outside the family.
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