Proclaim and State


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Proclaim verb – To make known openly or publicly.
State is a synonym for proclaim in declare topic. In some cases you can use "State" instead a verb "Proclaim", when it comes to topics like assert.
Nearby Word: proclaiming
Synonyms for Proclaim


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State verb – To express (a thought or emotion) in words.
Usage example: “I believe this theory is wrong,” she stated

Proclaim is a synonym for state in express topic. Sometimes you can use "Proclaim" instead a verb "State", if it concerns topics such as announce, assert.
Nearby Words: statement, status, stated, stating, statesmanship
Synonyms for State

Common collocations

love proclaim love state love
intention proclaim intention state intention
words proclaim words state words
intentions proclaim intentions state intentions

Both words in one sentence

  • The underground villages of Earth in Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann have been in a state of technological stasis for a while, because the village elders proclaim that leaving the villages equals death.
  • Useful Notes / The Papal States On 14 March, 1848, Pius IX after long hesitation decided to proclaim the fundamental law for the temporal government of the lands of the Holy See; as in other lands two chambers were to vote upon the laws which were to be drawn up by a council of state.
  • A more human example occurs later, when a king in some old neolithic state (possibly Egypt), gains full autocratic power, and are about to proclaim himself a God.
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