[ UK /ɐnˈʌnsɪˌe‍ɪt/ ]
  1. foreshadow or presage
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How To Use annunciate In A Sentence

  • Listening to the general secretary annunciate his list, emphasizing its clarity and unloveliness, I thought of Wis awa Szymborska, in particular the opening of "The End and The Beginning": Two Paths for the Novel
  • Just because Corn says he shares our beliefs, I hold to another set of beliefs, first annunciated by James Carville, that ‘I don't work for racists’.
  • They were surprised I could annunciate with a large rubber dam in my mouth. More Densitry
  • The footage comes from the Disney Channel where kids are taught to annunciate clearly while shouting at the... Filmstalker: January 2007 Archives
  • People court can stick an annunciate subpoena the accused.
  • Next, why the nation's largest union is vehemently opposed to private accounts and Social Security reform, as annunciated so far by President Bush.
  • I live in a part of the country where we don't annunciate clearly. I've caught this viral video and must convey it to you.
  • Counterinsurgency policy, as annunciated by General Petreaus, is to have a reliable local partner, which we do not have," Will continued. Arianna And George Will Agree On Afghanistan, On ABC's 'This Week' (VIDEO)
  • It is utterly ridiculous for John Kerry to say we can stay in Iraq for years, a position hardly different than the anti-war Howard Dean often annunciated.
  • Some 20 years later, in a famous aphorism Omnis cellula e cellula, Rudolf Virchow annunciated that all cells arise only from pre-existing cells.
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