Synonyms of 'proclaim'
to indicate plainlyHe continues to proclaim his innocence.
Religious groups are not allowed to advertise on TV.
It has been much advertised in specialist magazines.
She had enough time to show her gratitude.
The paper did not publish his name for legal reasons.
Tonight's clash is being heralded as the match of the season.
Public employees are circulating a petition calling for his reinstatement.
trumpet, , ,
He is trumpeted as the greatest talent of his generation.
He professed that he was content with the arrangements.
Such behaviour promulgates a negative image of the British.
He was always ready to enunciate his views to anyone who would listen.
shout from the housetops (informal)
to announce publiclyHe launched a coup and proclaimed himself president.
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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 circulate
to send, go, or pass from place to place or person to personPublic employees are circulating a petition calling for his reinstatement.
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