adjective. ['proʊˈkleɪmd'] declared publicly; made widely known.
Words that Rhyme with Proclaimed
Example sentences of the word proclaimed
1. Verb, past tense
He proclaimed that American Indians were a branch of a lost tribe of Israel called the Laminites.
2. Verb, past participle
Louis-Napoleon was proclaimed emperor in 1852, ushering in the Second Empire.
Quotes containing the word proclaimed
1. The notion of freedom proclaimed by the modern world is anti-discipline. But true freedom cannot be separated from discipline.
- Matthew Kelly, Rediscover Catholicism: A Spiritual Guide to Living with Passion & Purpose
2. The beauty of truth is that it need not be proclaimed or believed. It skips from soul to soul, changing form each time it touches, but it is what it is, I have seen it, and someday you will, too.
- Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale
adjective. proclaimed to be or described as such by oneself, without endorsement by others.
- proclaimed (English)
- self- (English)