Definition of Enunciates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of enunciate) ¹



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Definition of Enunciates

1. enunciate [v] - See also: enunciate

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Literary usage of Enunciates

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1. The temporal mission of the Holy Ghost, or, Reason and revelation by Henry Edward Manning (1877)
"... the other, that it enunciates its doctrines in an arbitrary and dogmatic way, regardless of the facts of Christian antiquity and history. ..."

2. History of the Life, Writings, and Doctrines of Luther by Audin (Jean Marie Vincent), Audin, Jean Marie Vincent Audin (1854)
"His journey to Dresden, where he publicly enunciates that every human action is a mortal offence against God.—He disputes at Leipzig. ..."

3. The Gladstone Colony: An Unwritten Chapter of Australian History by James Francis Hogan (1898)
"... III MR GLADSTONE enunciates HIS LAND POLICY ON the following day, May 8, Mr Gladstone formulated, for the information of Sir Charles Fitzroy, ..."

4. An Arabic-English Lexicon: Derived from the Best and the Most Copious by Edward William Lane (1885)
"(S.) Without a negative, it enunciates the negation of the action ; and coupled with a negative, it enunciates the happening of the action. ..."

5. The Organon, Or Logical Treatises, of Aristotle: With the Introduction of by Aristotle, Octavius Freire Owen, Porphyry (1908)
"Now, if any one universally enunciates of an universal, that something is or ia not inherent, these enunciations will be contrary:1 I mean universally ..."

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