v. proclaim doctrine or law; make known by official publication
v. make known or public; to put into effect as a regulation
During an interview with ABC News, Barack Obama said Republican attempted to promulgate, falsely, his Muslim connections.
The most cosmetically salient differences are, of course, the spellings. Webster promulgated many spelling reforms.
Sentence in Classic:
It put a stop to torture, promulgated the truth, expelled miasma, rendered the century healthy, crowned the populace.
Les Misérables (V4) By Victor Hugo Context
It is certain their laws, by virtue of any sanction they receive from the promulgated will of the legislative, reach not a stranger: they speak not to him, nor, if they did, is he bound to hearken to them.
Second Treatise of Government By John Locke Context