The act of proclaiming or the condition of being proclaimed.(noun)
Something proclaimed, especially an official public announcement.(noun)
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Use "proclamation" in a sentence
"But let us be honest here, this proclamation is a blatant effort to rally the Republican partys racists base in Virginia."
"And the proclamation is already in the air, which was to summon the grateful Republic to a thanksgiving for t he manifold mercy of Almighty God."
"Even as it is, and in spite of the fact that for all practical purposes the proclamation is a sham, the words cannot be read without emotion."