Definition of Pronouncement

1. Noun. An authoritative declaration.

Exact synonyms: Dictum, Say-so
Generic synonyms: Declaration
Specialized synonyms: Directive
Derivative terms: Pronounce



Definition of Pronouncement

1. n. The act of pronouncing; a declaration; a formal announcement.

Definition of Pronouncement

1. Noun. An announcement. ¹

2. Noun. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pronouncement

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pronouncement

pronominalized
pronominalizes
pronominalizing
pronominally
pronota
pronotal
pronotaries
pronotary
pronotum
pronoun
pronounal
pronounce
pronounceable
pronounced
pronouncedly
pronouncement (current term)
pronouncements
pronouncer
pronouncers
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pronounciate
pronounciation
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pronouns
pronto
pronubial
pronuclear
pronuclei
pronucleophiles

Literary usage of Pronouncement

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1. Papers Relating to the Application of the Principle of Dyarchy to the by Lionel Curtis (1920)
"His inquiry is limited to the four corners of that pronouncement. The advice he must seek is simply how effect may best be given to it. ..."

2. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1904)
"Mr. Chamberlain's Fiscal pronouncement at Birmingham—Mr. Balfour's Defence of the Abolition of the Corn Duty—Surprise and Confusion in the Public Mind ..."

3. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"S. Referring to what is staled: spec, allegation, predicate, protect, thesis (tech. en- spec.), pronouncement, saying ..."

4. The Kingdom of Canada, Imperial Federation, the Colonial Conferences, the by John Skirving Ewart (1908)
"At the time of its enunciation it passed almost unnoticed. Was that because we all agreed with it? I regard the pronouncement as the most important that has ..."

5. Speeches, Correspondence and Political Papers of Carl Schurz by Carl Schurz (1913)
"... and will look for some fit occasion to make a pronouncement. He wishes to put forth a practical program "that his party can stick to. ..."

6. English Political Philosophy from Hobbes to Maine by William Graham (1899)
"We may now, having examined the three forms of the theory, make a final pronouncement on this famous doctrine of a social contract. ..."

7. English Political Philosophy from Hobbes to Maine by William Graham (1899)
"We muy now, having examined the three forme of the theory, make a final pronouncement on this famous doctrine of a ..."

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