American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To make known (a decree, for example) by public declaration; announce officially. See Synonyms at announce.
- v. To put (a law) into effect by formal public announcement.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make known by open declaration, as laws, decrees, or tidings; publish; announce; proclaim.
- Synonyms Declare, Announce, Proclaim, etc. See announce.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To make known by open declaration, as laws, decrees, or tidings; to publish.
- v. state or announce
- v. put a law into effect by formal declaration
- From Latin promulgatus, past participle of promulgō ("I make known, publish"), either from provulgō ("I make known, publish"), from pro ("forth") + vulgō ("I publish") or mulgeō ("I milk"), latter used in metaphorical sense of “to bring forth”. Compare promulge. (Wiktionary)
- Latin prōmulgāre, prōmulgāt-. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Their first step was a high-handed approach to the agents, insisting they could simply "promulgate" SAG's authority over all actor's contracts and take legal action if the ATA, the agents 'organization, didn't toe the line.”
“A babble of disgust rose from the Labour benches who were even unimpressed by the fact that Brian managed to use the word "promulgate" in mid-insult.”
“During an interview with George Stephanopoulos of ABC News which aired Sunday September 7, 2009, Barack Obama bemoaned what he claimed were insidious Republican attempts to "promulgate," falsely, his "Muslim connections.”
“Though he's more than willing to embrace the seemingly limitless potential for digital media to promulgate new ideas, Darnton's real argument is that the printed book will never be entirely replaced -- and that, ultimately, the printed book is irreplaceable.”
“Do they promulgate a conservative ascendency when they fail to draw real lines between them and the other party?”
“They should try as much as possible to promulgate a policy that will reach the grass roots, he said.”
“While government at the local level has the discipline of real work and public visibility when they manage our transportation, parks, schools, and environment; the federal government and its staff seem several steps removed from the reality of the rules they promulgate and the regulations they enforce.”
“Climate deniers, who promulgate error after error (from misreporting satellite data, to misrepresenting historical temperature records, to misinterpreting paleoclimatic data, to much more) do not do the same - they simply deny the evidence (hence the term).”
“Because Congress recently authorized the SEC to promulgate just such a rule, the corporate lobby couldn't rely on its usual allegation that the agency had vastly overreached its statutory authority.”
“There's been a real rise in legislation that's intended to force boards of health and departments of health to promulgate regulations that are really not about health and safety but are just a back door way of restricting access to abortion, she said.”
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