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e·nounce

 (ĭ-nouns′)
tr.v. e·nounced, e·nounc·ing, e·nounc·es
1. To declare formally; state.
2. To pronounce clearly; enunciate.

[From French énoncer, from Latin ēnūntiāre, to speak out; see enunciate.]

e·nounce′ment n.

enounce

(ɪˈnaʊns)
vb (tr)
1. to enunciate
2. to pronounce
[C19: from French énoncer, from Latin ēnuntiāre enunciate]
eˈnouncement n

e•nounce

(ɪˈnaʊns)

v.t. e•nounced, e•nounc•ing.
1. to utter or pronounce, as words; enunciate.
2. to announce, declare, or proclaim.
3. to state definitely, as a proposition.
[1795–1805; e- + (an) nounce, modeled on French énoncer < Latin ēnuntiāre to tell; see enunciate]
e•nounce′ment, n.

enounce


Past participle: enounced
Gerund: enouncing

Imperative
enounce
enounce
Present
I enounce
you enounce
he/she/it enounces
we enounce
you enounce
they enounce
Preterite
I enounced
you enounced
he/she/it enounced
we enounced
you enounced
they enounced
Present Continuous
I am enouncing
you are enouncing
he/she/it is enouncing
we are enouncing
you are enouncing
they are enouncing
Present Perfect
I have enounced
you have enounced
he/she/it has enounced
we have enounced
you have enounced
they have enounced
Past Continuous
I was enouncing
you were enouncing
he/she/it was enouncing
we were enouncing
you were enouncing
they were enouncing
Past Perfect
I had enounced
you had enounced
he/she/it had enounced
we had enounced
you had enounced
they had enounced
Future
I will enounce
you will enounce
he/she/it will enounce
we will enounce
you will enounce
they will enounce
Future Perfect
I will have enounced
you will have enounced
he/she/it will have enounced
we will have enounced
you will have enounced
they will have enounced
Future Continuous
I will be enouncing
you will be enouncing
he/she/it will be enouncing
we will be enouncing
you will be enouncing
they will be enouncing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been enouncing
you have been enouncing
he/she/it has been enouncing
we have been enouncing
you have been enouncing
they have been enouncing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been enouncing
you will have been enouncing
he/she/it will have been enouncing
we will have been enouncing
you will have been enouncing
they will have been enouncing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been enouncing
you had been enouncing
he/she/it had been enouncing
we had been enouncing
you had been enouncing
they had been enouncing
Conditional
I would enounce
you would enounce
he/she/it would enounce
we would enounce
you would enounce
they would enounce
Past Conditional
I would have enounced
you would have enounced
he/she/it would have enounced
we would have enounced
you would have enounced
they would have enounced
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.enounce - speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way; "She pronounces French words in a funny way"; "I cannot say `zip wire'"; "Can the child sound out this complicated word?"
twang - pronounce with a nasal twang
devoice - utter with tense vocal chords
raise - pronounce (vowels) by bringing the tongue closer to the roof of the mouth; "raise your `o'"
lilt - articulate in a very careful and rhythmic way
palatalise, palatalize - pronounce a consonant with the tongue against the palate
nasalise, nasalize - pronounce with a lowered velum; "She nasalizes all her vowels"
nasalise, nasalize - speak nasally or through the nose; "In this part of the country, people tend to nasalize"
mispronounce, misspeak - pronounce a word incorrectly; "She mispronounces many Latinate words"
aspirate - pronounce with aspiration; of stop sounds
vocalize, voice, vocalise, sound - utter with vibrating vocal chords
retroflex - articulate (a consonant) with the tongue curled back against the palate; "Indian accents can be characterized by the fact that speakers retroflex their consonants"
subvocalise, subvocalize - articulate without making audible sounds; "she was reading to herself and merely subvocalized"
syllabise, syllabize - utter with distinct articulation of each syllable; "The poet syllabized the verses he read"
drawl - lengthen and slow down or draw out; "drawl one's vowels"
labialise, labialize, round - pronounce with rounded lips
lisp - speak with a lisp
accent, accentuate, stress - put stress on; utter with an accent; "In Farsi, you accent the last syllable of each word"
vowelise, vowelize, vocalise, vocalize - pronounce as a vowel; "between two consonants, this liquid is vowelized"
click - produce a click; "Xhosa speakers click"
trill - pronounce with a trill, of the phoneme `r'; "Some speakers trill their r's"
sibilate - pronounce with an initial sibilant
flap - pronounce with a flap, of alveolar sounds
explode - cause to burst as a result of air pressure; of stop consonants like /p/, /t/, and /k/
roll - pronounce with a roll, of the phoneme /r/; "She rolls her r's"

enounce

verb
To declare by way of a systematic statement:
References in classic literature ?
I never before or since heard language enounced with such steam-engine haste.
And all these statements implied in the regression theorem are enounced apodictically as implied in the apriorism of praxeology.
On this account, in a complete network the "anarchy" state as Axelrod and Keohane enounced (21) become a false affirmation about the state which governance the environment.
August Weismann (1834-1914) in year 1892 enounced the germ plasm theory, saying that the offspring do not inherit the acquired characteristics of the parents [14].
The subject of the discourse is also always articulated in a double way: as the subject of the enunciation (Bakhtin's author as a discursive instance) and as the subject of the enounced (Bakhtin's hero as a discursive instance).
By imposing the two conditions, the Court showed that it understands the fact that it comes to its decision, bearing in mind the enounced terms, to apply the sentences of the European Union Court of Justice within the control of constitutionality, or to formulate preliminary questions for establishing the content of the European norm, within the judicial dialogue, by the national and European constitutional court.
As a result, Borrego et al (1996), following the definition of Oceanic Anoxic Events enounced by Jenkyns and Clayton (1986, 1997), defined the presence of an "anoxic" event in the Pliensbachian of Asturias, based on the presence of black shale facies in this area.
The following test can also be used: a series of 3 items is enounced (e.
upholding Maryland's "good-and-substantial-reason requirement," adopting the reasoning enounced in Kachalsy), cert, denied, 134 S.
In the same letter, which was the last one he addressed to Humboldt, Jefferson was very clear regarding the conditions to be fulfilled before a revolution could be successful in the long term: "The first principle of republicanism is that the lex majoris partis is the fundamental law of every society of individuais of equal rights: to consider the will of the society enounced by the majority of a single vote as sacred as if unanimous, is the first of all lessons in importance, yet the last which is thoroughly learnt.
The Constitution], the treaties, conventions and international agreements approved and ratified, the laws dictated by the Congress and other juridical provisions of inferior hierarchy, sanctioned in consequence, integrate the positive national law [derecho positivo] in the enounced order of preference [prelacion].
Instead of seeking an analysis of making, I am going to recommend an alternative strategy, as I enounced in [section]0.