Definition of Proclaimers

1. Noun. (plural of proclaimer) ¹



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Definition of Proclaimers

1. proclaimer [n] - See also: proclaimer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proclaimers

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prochoice
prochoicer
prochordal
prochronism
prochronisms
prochronistic
prochurch
prochymosin
prociduous
procinct
procincts
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proclaimed
proclaimer
proclaimers (current term)
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proclitically
proclitics
proclive
proclivities

Literary usage of Proclaimers

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1. The History of Scotland: From Agricola's Invasion to the Revolution of 1688 by John Hill Burton (1870)
"... THE RACE BETWEEN proclaimers AND PROTESTERS THE COVENANT —ITS DESIGN AND COMMENCEMENT— GREYFRIARS* CHURCHYARD—INFLUENCES FOR ITS PROPAGATION—HAMILTON AS ..."

2. The Christian Messenger and Family Magazine by James Wallis (1845)
"Many of our public proclaimers have been too sarcastic and severe. ... Public proclaimers should be as conciliatory as the nature of the truth will permit. ..."

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