Definition of 'herald'
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Let none of our names be heralded so highly. Christianity Today (2000)Kyoto was meant to herald a new era in which such emissions would stabilise and then reverse. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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British English: herald VERB
Something that heralds a future event or situation is a sign that it is going to happen.
...the sultry evening that heralded the end of the baking hot summer.
British English: herald NOUN
Something that is a herald of a future event or situation is a sign that it is going to happen or appear.
I welcome the report as a herald of more freedom, not less.
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