Examples of proclamation in a Sentence
the proclamation of martial law
The President issued a proclamation which freed the slaves.
Recent Examples of proclamation from the Web
President Trump signed a disaster proclamation, allocating federal funds for state and local relief efforts.
America’s opposition to the Confederacy and Nazism didn’t simply take the form of a proclamation passed by Congress as a show of condemnation.
Despite Baffert's proclamations that Arrogate would run in the Pacific Classic, last week the trainer sneaked in a mention of the Woodward at Saratoga.
Whether or not that dire proclamation applies to the show remains to be seen.
The president also is expected to issue a proclamation Wednesday on the importance of making goods in America, and will travel to Virginia on Saturday for the commissioning of the USS Gerald R. Ford, a new aircraft carrier.
Challenged by growing nationalist tendencies from Arab, Armenian, Greek and Kurdish subjects, Sultan Mehmed V issued a historic firman or proclamation that recognised these as individual nations united under the Ottoman sovereign.
Gov. Jerry Brown over the weekend issued an emergency proclamation for Butte County because of the effects of the Wall fire.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer presented a proclamation honoring IMPACT Wrestling on Wednesday, July 5 for a future episode of IMPACT on Pop TV.
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Origin and Etymology of proclamation
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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