The government has proclaimed a new law.
The government proclaimed a state of emergency .
They loudly proclaimed the quality of his wife.
The ringing bells proclaimed the birth of the prince.
The leaves of trees gradually turned yellow; it proclaimed the arrival of autumn.
Peace was proclaimed.
Their new policy was proclaimed last week.
A lie is as much a lie, when it is whispered when it is proclaimed at the market cross.
The Prime Minister proclaimed that a five-man committee had been founded to investigate the cause of the accident.
The salesman proclaimed that his tonic would cure all diseases.
The constitution proclaims that public property shall be inviolable.
His accent proclaimed that he was a southerner.
His pronunciation proclaimed that he was an American.
There were several footprints on the ground, proclaiming that someone had been here.
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The government proclaimed both of them national heroes.
His manners proclaimed him a gentleman.
He was proclaimed to be the best sportsman of this year.
The entire state was proclaimed a disaster area.
After its independence India was proclaimed a republic.