• (adj): Declared publicly; made widely known.
    Example: "The newspaper's proclaimed adherence to the government's policy"
    Synonyms: announced

Some articles on proclaimed:

Martina (empress) - Children
... David (Tiberios) (born on 7 November 630),proclaimed Caesar in 638 ... He was briefly proclaimed Augustus and co-emperor with Heraklonas and Constans in 641 ... Proclaimed an Augusta in 638 ...
Lands Administrative Divisions Of Australia - By State/territory - South Australia
... All of the existing counties had been proclaimed by 1900, except for Le Hunte (proclaimed 1908), Bosanquet (proclaimed 1913), and Hore-Ruthven (proclaimed 1933) ...
Timeline Of Yugoslav Breakup
... two remaining republics (SR Serbia and SR Montenegro) proclaimed the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia on 27 April 1992 ... This union lasted until 5 June 2006 when Montenegro proclaimed independence ... autonomous province of Kosovo also proclaimed independence in 2008, but at that point there was no Yugoslav federation whatsoever to speak of ...
Lohatla - History - Nature Reserve
... The Ga-Thlose Nature Reserve was proclaimed in 1890 and was managed as its domain by Agricultural Credit ... proclamation in 1976 and the Reserve was proclaimed a restricted military area ... area was completed in 1981 and the area, as a whole, was proclaimed as a restricted military area ...
Glamorgan Land District - The Original Parishes
1836 George Arthur, the Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land proclaimed, via The Hobart Town Courier, the first counties and parishes to be surveyed in the colony ... Only 1 hundred and two parishes were proclaimed at this time The hundred of Eastbourne Eastbourne parish Glastonbury unnamed unnamed The townships of Eastbourne, Avoca (portion of) were proclaimed as ...

Famous quotes containing the word proclaimed:

    I cannot think of punishing him ... merely for coveting that liberty for which we have paid the price of so much blood, and have proclaimed so often to be the right, and worthy pursuit of every human being.
    James Madison (1751–1836)

    One who shows signs of mental aberration is, inevitably, perhaps, but cruelly, shut off from familiar, thoughtless intercourse, partly excommunicated; his isolation is unwittingly proclaimed to him on every countenance by curiosity, indifference, aversion, or pity, and in so far as he is human enough to need free and equal communication and feel the lack of it, he suffers pain and loss of a kind and degree which others can only faintly imagine, and for the most part ignore.
    Charles Horton Cooley (1864–1929)

    I have heard
    That guilty creatures sitting at a play
    Have by the very cunning of the scene
    Been struck so to the soul, that presently
    They have proclaimed their malefactions.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)