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  • n. One who proclaims.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who proclaims.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who proclaims or publishes; one who announces or makes publicly known.


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to proclaim + -er


  • 'proclaimer' [135] -- died, there survives a testimony that the worship of this popular deity extended beyond the Euphrates and the Tigris, to

    The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria

  • He needs his brother man as a bearer and proclaimer of the divine word of salvation.

    Scott Cairns: The Christian and the Community: A Relationship in God's Image

  • "I'm hungry," announced Assistant Brian, another proclaimer, whose observations were generally random.

    The Coming of the Apocalypse

  • The reign of George W. Bush, proclaimer of the Axis of Evil and a president who never missed an opportunity to fulminate at enemies like the Islamic Republic, was over.

    Let the Swords Encircle Me

  • Education has been a mark of Graham's life as much as Ian's, he taught Christian doctrine at St John's in Nottingham for many years, as well as his work in Oxford and ever since then has continued to see his work very much as that of a teacher and above all a proclaimer of the gospel.

    Archbishop's farewells from the February 2009 Synod

  • And without a confidence about the precise chronological arrangement of material in our narrative sources that no one who has studied the Gospels critically can have, the assumption that Paul went from persecutor to proclaimer of Christianity as a result of a direct encounter with or vision of Jesus cannot be regarded as having a high degree of certainty.

    Early Converted Skeptics?

  • Gerry Sutcliffe proclaimer of the famous quote above has, in truly Stalinist fashion, decreed that "it is vital" that Team GB reaches the target of 41 medals from the Beijing Olympics.

    My comments do not accurately reflect my views

  • He it was who so filled the cruel king Nabuchodonosor with piety that he became a proclaimer of the divine power.17 “Therefore,” he said, “I, Nabuchodonosor do now praise and magnify and glorify the King of Heaven; because all His works are true and His ways judgments, and they that walk in pride He is able to abase.”

    The Political Ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas

  • NOLL: Internationally, he has been a proclaimer of the simple Christian Gospel probably in more places to more people than any other Protestant leader in the history of humanity.

    CNN Transcript Sep 9, 2006

  • He might proclaim the offender to the world as false, and the world would laugh at the proclaimer, and shake hands with the offender.

    The Claverings


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