Announcing [verb]

Definition of Announcing:

make a proclamation

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Sentence/Example of Announcing:

And there he shone on them, by his mamma's side, announcing in language few could understand, where he had been with papa.

I am qualifying for the position of district leader hereabouts, although I'm not announcing it from the house-tops.

She answered her uncle's letter announcing their immediate departure for The Warren.

And he concludes with announcing that he sends several flags taken from the enemy.

It is said that on his announcing that we should rise again quite naked, his wife.

Also I have written to Tauchnitz announcing I should bear one-half part of his fines and expenses, amounting to 62, 10s.

That very day the king received a letter from his wife announcing the death of his son, who had died from the plague.

The first paragraph might contain a general statement announcing the theme.

If a child were lost, the paragraph announcing the fact was headed, “Another supposed case of Burking.”

Immediately placards were issued from Conciliation Hall, and were posted in town and country, announcing the event.