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proc·la·ma·tion

 (prŏk′lə-mā′shən)
n.
1. The act of proclaiming or the condition of being proclaimed.
2. Something proclaimed, especially an official public announcement.

proc•la•ma•tion

(ˌprɒk ləˈmeɪ ʃən)

n.
1. something that is proclaimed; a public and official announcement.
2. the act of proclaiming.

proclamation

A document published to the inhabitants of an area that sets forth the basis of authority and scope of activities of a commander in a given area and which defines the obligations, liabilities, duties, and rights of the population affected.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.proclamation - a formal public statementproclamation - a formal public statement; "the government made an announcement about changes in the drug war"; "a declaration of independence"
statement - a message that is stated or declared; a communication (oral or written) setting forth particulars or facts etc; "according to his statement he was in London on that day"
edict - a formal or authoritative proclamation
promulgation - the official announcement of a new law or ordinance whereby the law or ordinance is put into effect
2.proclamation - the formal act of proclaiming; giving public notice; "his promulgation of the policy proved to be premature"
human action, human activity, act, deed - something that people do or cause to happen

proclamation

noun
1. declaration, notice, announcement, decree, manifesto, edict, pronouncement, pronunciamento A formal proclamation of independence was issued eight days ago.

proclamation

noun
Translations
إعْلانإعْلان، تَصْريح رَسْمي
prohlášení
bekendtgørelseproklamationudråbelse
proklamáció
opinber yfirlÿsingyfirlÿsing
açıklamailânilân etmeresmî bildiri

proclamation

[ˌprɒkləˈmeɪʃən] N (= act) → proclamación f; (= document) → proclama f

proclamation

[ˌprɒkləˈmeɪʃən] nproclamation f

proclamation

n
(= act) (of war)Erklärung f; (of laws, measures)Verkündung f; (of state of emergency)Ausrufung f; after his proclamation as Emperornach seiner Proklamation zum Kaiser
(= thing proclaimed)Erklärung f, → Proklamation f

proclamation

[ˌprɒkləˈmeɪʃn] nproclama m, proclamazione f

proclaim

(prəˈkleim) , ((American) prou-) verb
to announce or state publicly. He was proclaimed the winner.
proclaˈmation (proklə-) noun
1. an official, usually ceremonial, announcement made to the public. a royal proclamation.
2. the act of proclaiming.
References in classic literature ?
But the time has at last come for a new proclamation.
Everybody had shunned that locality from the day of my proclamation, but on the morning of the fourteenth I thought best to warn the people, through the heralds, to keep clear away -- a quarter of a mile away.
As the days went by, and still no tidings of her came, his conscience began to torture him, and he caused proclamation to be made that if she were yet living and would return, he would oppose her no longer, she might marry whom she would.
The heralds finished their proclamation with their usual cry of ``Largesse, largesse, gallant knights
But a proclamation was soon issued, to forbid it upon pain of death.
When the king heard that they had escaped, he issued a proclamation that a reward of 1,000 gold pieces would be given to whoever would bring him Noureddin and the slave, but that, on the contrary, whoever hid them would be severely punished.
The King therefore issued a proclamation inviting twelve youths and twelve maidens to offer themselves up to save their country; and immediately many young people, far more than enough, hastened to do so.
said Don Quixote at this, "what more has his Majesty to do but to command, by public proclamation, all the knights-errant that are scattered over Spain to assemble on a fixed day in the capital, for even if no more than half a dozen come, there may be one among them who alone will suffice to destroy the entire might of the Turk.
It was open to all comers, said the proclamation, and none should be molested in their going and coming.
The practical measures proposed in them -- -such as the abolition of the distinction between town and country, of the family, of the carrying on of industries for the account of private individuals, and of the wage system, the proclamation of social harmony, the conversion of the functions of the State into a mere superintendence of production, all these proposals, point solely to the disappearance of class antagonisms which were, at that time, only just cropping up,and which, in these publications, are recognised in their earliest,indistinct and undefined forms only.
Discussing the matter with him, a mere boy, I should be in perfect safety; for he would know nothing of the Proclamation of the Council; whereas I could not feel sure that my Sons -- so greatly did their patriotism and reverence for the Circles predominate over mere blind affection -- might not feel compelled to hand me over to the Prefect, if they found me seriously maintaining the seditious heresy of the Third Dimension.
It is far from my desire to push war further against the people of Helium, and, your promise shall be recorded and a proclamation to my people issued forthwith.