from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An official or authoritarian declaration; a proclamation or edict.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A proclamation or manifesto; a formal announcement or declaration.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as pronunciamiento.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a public declaration of intentions (as issued by a political party or government)
But a few years before that Huxley and his colleagues got up a kind of pronunciamento deploring the existing state of affairs.
It's no accident that the favored form of pronunciamento for Sarah Palin, before she discovered Twitter, that is, was the Facebook status update.
MacArthur, with his “pronunciamento,” wrote Acheson, had perpetrated a major act of sabotage.
A pronunciamento is where the military at the behest of civilian authority acts.
When shall we tune in KUOW for your pronunciamento?
Il 1° maggio, 21 dei firmatari della precedente lettera si rivolsero quindi al cardinale William Levada, prefetto della congregazione per la dottrina della fede, chiedendo alla congregazione un pronunciamento chiarificatore sulla dottrina della Chiesa in materia di aborto.
Gore, like other environmental theocrats, is hardwired to transmit, not to receive, and can't defend his GW pronunciamento against any competent high school debater - let alone Bjorn Lomborg.
The March 22 referendum on UN entry, which the KMT is also considering boycotting, has been under a steady barrage of fire in the world media and from foreign governments, the latest pronunciamento coming from Japan.
I have no problem with the vast democracy wall that the Internet provides on which everyone, every crank and every sage can post his or her pronunciamento.
K.Bowman over at a comment on Tim Blair's blog gives what is exactly a distillation of Robert Fisk's latest pronunciamento on the Mass Media.