Announce in a sentence

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Definition of Announce

  • To give public notice, or first notice of; to make known; to publish; to proclaim.
  • To pronounce; to declare by judicial sentence.
  • announce publicly or officially
  • foreshadow or presage
  • make known; make an announcement
  • give the names of

How to use announce in a sentence. Announce pronunciation.

When she returned from the door it was to announce, smilingly, that Mr. Cobb wished to see Miss Derrick.
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The work is a collection of short stories or sketches, introduced with a rollicking humorous preface, in which the author announces himself as Rudii Panko, raiser of bees.
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The daughter came up-stairs one day to announce the utter emptiness of the larder.
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With sinking heart he went to the holder of the mortgage to announce his utter inability to meet his demand.
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They proved a perfect fit; and that very night the overjoyed woman hurried to the prayer-meeting to announce that in answer to prayer the Lord had sent her the shoes.
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He was regarding every one around him as if searching for some one to scold, when, finding that the courier was preparing to alight from his horse, on which he was more stuck than seated, he said to him: "You can rest to- morrow; hasten to Saint-Cloud and announce my arrival," and the poor courier recommenced his furious gallop.
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Search was made everywhere in this room and in the Emperor's cabinet, and even in the apartments of the Empress, and at last it was necessary to announce to his Majesty that the search had been in vain; whereupon the Emperor gave way to one of those bursts of anger which were so terrible though fortunately so rare, which terrified the whole chateau, and the poor usher received orders never to appear in his sight again.
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During the time of the Empress Josephine, there were four ladies whose only duty was to announce the persons received by her Majesty.
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Turning his head impatiently, he saw, not the clerk whose duty it was to announce people, but a lady, much younger than Mrs. Damerel, and more fashionably dressed, who for some reason had preferred to announce herself.
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There is nothing that marks the born dramatist more unmistakably than this discovery of comedy in his own misfortunes almost in proportion to the pathos with which the ordinary man announces their tragedy.
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He threatened them that he would throw up his engagement immediately, and announce to all foreign parts that they were a horde of barbarians; then, abusing them for a few seconds in round terms, be retired, amidst the cheerings of the whole house, to finish his wine.
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Your still fowl, blinking at you without remark, may all the while be sitting on one addled nest-egg; and, when it takes to cackling, will have nothing to announce but that addled delusion.
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The preface announces that it contains the essences of the words of the prophets of the past clothed in the garment of brevity for the teaching and spiritual guidance of the people of the world.
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That is to say, the materialists announce, that the criterion and standard of human knowledge is sense perception.
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Muḥammad announces that His Holiness Moses was the greatest prophet of God, that God guided Him in the wilderness of Sinai, that through the light of guidance Moses hearkened to the summons of God, that He was the interlocutor of God and the bearer of the tablet of the ten commandments, that all the contemporary nations of the world arose against Him and that eventually Moses conquered them, for falsehood and error are ever overcome by truth.
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They will disseminate false rumors and utter many a calumny and will publish and announce stories.
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Mildred sent him a postcard to announce her safe arrival, and he snatched half an hour every day to write a long letter to her.
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When they got back to London Mildred began looking for the work she had asserted was so easy to find; she wanted now to be independent of Philip; and she thought of the satisfaction with which she would announce to him that she was going into rooms and would take the child with her.
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She was terribly afraid that one of these days Mary, the young woman who typified so many rather sentimental and enthusiastic ideas, who had some sort of visionary existence in white with a sheaf of lilies in her hand, would announce, in a jaunty way, that she was about to be married.
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His delight at fingering the crisp proceeds of Anstruther's check sent him to the Ouchy steamer in the very happiest of moods, and, his cup was running over when the birdlike Miss Genie Forbes descended upon him to announce a meeting on the morrow at Montreux.
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Examples of Announce

Example #1
Of course, miss,' replied the domestic, with pert familiarity, and took her time in arranging the shade of the lamp.
Example #2
Louise stood in an attitude of joyous excitement, her eyes sparkling.
Example #3
Into this book the exile in the city of the North poured out all his love for the country and the village customs of his own Little Russia.
Example #4
It attracted immediate and wide-spread attention, and the wits of Petersburg knew that Russia had an original novelist.
Example #5
An educated, accomplished lady, reduced to the very lowest round of poverty's ladder, whom we shall call Mrs. X-, bears unfailing testimony to God's hearing and answering the prayer of faith.
Example #6
A PRAYER FOR SUPPER ANSWERED.