Definitions

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  • adjective widely publicized.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of herald.

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  • adjective publicly announced

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Examples

  • You can bet your ass that had he found data that supported the Cheney administrations case for war, it would have been heralded from the hilltops ..

    Think Progress » “Left-Wing Radical”: Hannity Kicks Off Next Wilson Smear Campaign

  • Why isn't his name heralded over the length and breadth of the kingdom in paeans of praise?

    One Day A sequel to 'Three Weeks'

  • More substantial still was Miguel Azguime's (ThS) inking Survival Kit, the eccentric orthography of whose title heralded a work of imagination but almost wilful obscurity.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • In fact, the model minority designation heralded upon the AAPI community in 1966 had less to do with celebrating student achievement, and had more to do with reinforcing negative stereotypes of African-American students as underachievers at the height of the Civil Rights Movement.

    The Truth About 'Model Minorities'

  • But if there's any sign that this is an old message that's being heralded, that is going to raise a whole host of questions among his followers as to what his status is.

    CNN Transcript Sep 6, 2007

  • I'll Be Your Mirror London, Alexandra Palace - review A name change heralded the first major All Tomorrow's Parties weekender in London, which usually confines its leftfield line-ups to out-of-season holiday camps.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • I'll Be Your Mirror London, Alexandra Palace - review A name change heralded the first major All Tomorrow's Parties weekender in London, which usually confines its leftfield line-ups to out-of-season holiday camps.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • To get their photons, they used two different light sources: a laser with the power turned down so that it only emitted one photon at a time, and a source of quantum light called heralded single photons.

    Ars Technica

  • The bronze shell-shaped coins heralded the mintage of Chinese coin.

    ETFs News and Commentary from Seeking Alpha

  • The bronze shell-shaped coins heralded the mintage of Chinese coin.

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