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Definition of Proclaim

Proclaim

  1. To make known by public announcement; to give wide publicity to; to publish abroad; to promulgate; to declare; as, to proclaim war or peace.
  2. To outlaw by public proclamation.

Proclaim Quotations

When we walk without the cross, when we build without the cross and when we proclaim Christ without the cross, we are not disciples of the Lord. We are worldly. We may be bishops, priests, cardinals, popes, all of this, but we are not disciples of the Lord.
Pope Francis

The designs of the paper euros, introduced in 2002, proclaim a utopian aspiration. Gone are the colorful bills of particular nations, featuring pictures of national heroes of statecraft, culture and the arts, pictures celebrating unique national narratives. With the euro, 16 nations have said goodbye to all that.
George Will

She plucked from my lapel the invisible strand of lint (the universal act of woman to proclaim ownership).
O. Henry

Let the workers organize. Let the toilers assemble. Let their crystallized voice proclaim their injustices and demand their privileges. Let all thoughtful citizens sustain them, for the future of Labor is the future of America.
John L. Lewis

Let us all remember this: one cannot proclaim the Gospel of Jesus without the tangible witness of one's life.
Pope Francis
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Proclaim Translations

proclaim in Afrikaans is afkondig
proclaim in Dutch is proclameren, uitvaardigen, afkondigen
proclaim in French is proclamez, proclament, proclamons
proclaim in German is proklamiere, proklamieren
proclaim in Latin is clamo, praeconor, nuncupo
proclaim in Portuguese is proclame
proclaim in Spanish is notificar, proclamar
proclaim in Swedish is proklamera, utropa