1 The king said to his daughter: 'I will proclaim a great feast that shall last for three days, and you shall throw a golden apple.'
2 I see that plainly enough, my most excellent host, and you may rely upon me to proclaim so striking a proof of your attention to your guests wherever I go.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 34. The Colosseum.
3 I am certain of it; his languishing looks and modulated tones when addressing Mademoiselle Danglars fully proclaim his intentions.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 77. Haidee.
4 I will proclaim, I will prove your innocence.
5 Thus I might proclaim myself a madman, but not revoke the sentence passed upon my wretched victim.
6 Sophy was very much confused by my being told all this, and said that when 'Tom' was made a judge he wouldn't be so ready to proclaim it.
David Copperfield By Charles DickensContext Highlight In CHAPTER 61. I AM SHOWN TWO INTERESTING PENITENTS
7 But as Kennicott began to proclaim the list of places achieved, Harry interrupted with an account of how much he himself had seen, two years ago.
8 Memphis is fast losing her black population, who proclaim as they go that there is no protection for the life and property of any Afro-American citizen in Memphis who is not a slave.
9 Sometimes, one side by its yells and cheers would proclaim decisive blows, but a moment later the other side would be all yells and cheers.
10 But I will proclaim thy villainy, Templar, from one end of Europe to the other.
11 I will give fifty more,' said Mr. Brownlow, 'and proclaim it with my own lips upon the spot, if I can reach it.
12 If Elizabeth and her father did not deceive themselves, had been taking much pains to seek the acquaintance, and proclaim the value of the connection, as he had formerly taken pains to shew neglect.
13 Then I bid my comrades take up arms, and proclaim war on the accursed race.
14 With this use then likewise they bade Latinus proclaim war on the Aeneadae, and unclose the baleful gates.
15 It cannot be because you are idle that your master takes such poor care of you, indeed your face and figure have nothing of the slave about them, and proclaim you of noble birth.