adjective. ['dɪˈklɛrd'] made known or openly avowed.
Words that Rhyme with Declared
Example sentences of the word declared
1. Verb, past tense
To combat these conditions, Roosevelt declared the ownership of a decent home the prerogative of every American.
2. Verb, past participle
If the source wall is emptied and no winner emerges, the game is declared a draw.
Multiply the number of shares outstanding by the declared dividend amount.
Quotes containing the word declared
1. I sought to hear the voice of God and climbed the topmost steeple, but God declared: "Go down again - I dwell among the people.
- John Henry Newman
2. If our Founding Fathers wanted us to care about the rest of the world, they wouldn't have declared their independence from it.
- Stephen Colbert
3. The poor man shuddered, overflowed with an angelic joy; he declared in his transport that this would last through life; he said to himself that he really had not suffered enough to deserve such radiant happiness, and he thanked God, in the depths of his soul, for having permitted that he, a miserable man, should be so loved by this innocent being.
- Victor Hugo, Les Misérables
adjective. ['dɪˈklɛrd'] declared as fact; explicitly stated.