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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of declare.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. made known or openly avowed. Opposite of
- adj. stated as fact; explicitly stated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Avowed; proclaimed; open; professed: as, a declared enemy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. made known or openly avowed
- adj. declared as fact; explicitly stated
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The label declared that Hazelnut Brown Nectar had "No chemicals"—a stupid claim repeated on Rogue's web page.
She even read aloud to the cap'n on a Sunday night from the life of women who, the title declared, debatably, had "Made India what It is."
Then Sandford showed the bottle, and the label declared it to be grown in Ohio.
Australia's first-round loser Samantha Stosur was guaranteed a career-best top-five ranking despite her worst grand slam result in almost two years, and one of the four players still capable of winning the title declared that she won't win.
Hence Mr. Wade, as we have seen, on the first day of the session, introduced "Senate bill Number One," designed, as its title declared,
When the studio wanted to film a pivotal scene inside the beautiful reading room of the Pasadena Public Library, Baldwin declared that it was all wrong for his character, and offered to pay 150 grand of his own money to stage it out in the desert in front of a ravishing sunset.
"The big strength of society," he declared, is that "we don't remain one way or the other forever."
In 2005 Spain declared itself competent to investigate any crime committed abroad, but after diplomatic problems the scope of the inquiries was reduced in 2009.
The uncharacteristically long hang times that the grapes enjoyed, coupled with cooler evening temperatures that maintained acidity at very agreeably high levels (which are very rare in declared vintages in the Douro), have produced wines of stunning aromatic complexity and purity, combined with vibrant, deep and very plush fruit qualities.
Apparently that wasn't politically far enough away from the Washington Democrats he hopes to join, so Mr. Manchin declared on Fox News Sunday that he would have voted against ObamaCare too.
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