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declaring


 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  declare 
 
  5  of  7  senses  of  declare 
 
  Sense  1 
  declare 
  =>  condemn 
  =>  consecrate,  bless,  hallow,  sanctify 
  =>  account,  answer  for 
  =>  propose,  suggest,  advise 
  =>  promise,  assure 
  =>  promise 
  =>  acknowledge,  receipt 
  =>  take  the  Fifth  take  the  Fifth  Amendment 
  =>  sentence,  condemn,  doom 
  =>  proclaim,  exclaim,  promulgate 
  =>  affirm,  assert,  avow,  aver,  swan,  swear 
  =>  swear,  depose,  depone 
  =>  testify,  attest,  take  the  stand  bear  witness 
  =>  decree 
  =>  opine,  speak  up  animadvert,  sound  off 
  =>  count  out 
 
  Sense  2 
  announce,  declare 
  =>  promulgate 
  =>  nolle  prosequi  nolle  pros,  nol.  pros. 
 
  Sense  3 
  declare 
  =>  plead 
  =>  profess 
 
  Sense  4 
  declare,  adjudge,  hold 
  =>  purify,  sanctify 
  =>  admit  acknowledge 
  =>  superannuate 
  =>  bastardize,  bastardise 
  =>  certify 
  =>  call 
  =>  beatify 
  =>  canonize,  saint 
  =>  pronounce,  label,  judge 
  =>  cancel,  strike  down 
  =>  formalize,  formalise 
 
  Sense  5 
  disclose,  let  on  bring  out  reveal,  discover,  expose,  declare,  divulge,  impart,  break,  give  away  let  out 
  =>  blackwash 
  =>  muckrake 
  =>  blow 
  =>  out 
  =>  come  out  of  the  closet,  out  come  out 
  =>  spring 
  =>  betray,  bewray 
  =>  confide 
  =>  leak 
  =>  talk,  tattle,  blab,  peach,  babble,  sing,  babble  out  blab  out 
 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  declare 
 
  5  of  7  senses  of  declare 
 
  Sense  1 
  declare 
  =>  condemn 
  =>  boo,  hiss 
  =>  explode 
  =>  consecrate,  bless,  hallow,  sanctify 
  =>  reconsecrate 
  =>  account,  answer  for 
  =>  propose,  suggest,  advise 
  =>  recommend,  urge,  advocate 
  =>  advance,  throw  out 
  =>  proposition 
  =>  feed  back 
  =>  submit,  state,  put  forward 
  =>  move  make  a  motion 
  =>  promise,  assure 
  =>  pledge,  plight 
  =>  vow 
  =>  betroth,  engage,  affiance,  plight 
  =>  profess 
  =>  swear 
  =>  guarantee,  vouch 
  =>  bail 
  =>  stipulate 
  =>  secure 
  =>  certify 
  =>  covenant 
  =>  commune,  communicate 
  =>  communicate 
  =>  swear  off 
  =>  contract,  undertake 
  =>  sign 
  =>  undersign 
  =>  ink 
  =>  autograph,  inscribe 
  =>  initial 
  =>  countersign 
  =>  execute 
  =>  endorse 
  =>  cosign,  co-sign 
  =>  visa 
  =>  stipulate,  qualify,  condition,  specify 
  =>  provide 
  =>  rent,  lease 
  =>  rent,  hire,  charter,  lease 
  =>  covenant 
  =>  confirm 
  =>  bar  mitzvah 
  =>  bat  mitzvah 
  =>  undertake,  guarantee 
  =>  underwrite,  subvent 
  =>  promise 
  =>  vouchsafe 
  =>  acknowledge,  receipt 
  =>  take  the  Fifth  take  the  Fifth  Amendment 
  =>  sentence,  condemn,  doom 
  =>  foredoom 
  =>  court-martial 
  =>  proclaim,  exclaim,  promulgate 
  =>  trumpet 
  =>  clarion 
  =>  affirm,  assert,  avow,  aver,  swan,  swear 
  =>  hold 
  =>  claim,  take 
  =>  attest 
  =>  declare 
  =>  plead 
  =>  profess 
  =>  protest 
  =>  assure,  tell 
  =>  swear,  depose,  depone 
  =>  testify,  attest,  take  the  stand  bear  witness 
  =>  vouch 
  =>  decree 
  =>  ordain 
  =>  predestine 
  =>  will 
  =>  destine,  fate,  doom,  designate 
  =>  ordain,  enact 
  =>  reenact 
  =>  legislate,  pass 
  =>  opine,  speak  up  animadvert,  sound  off 
  =>  editorialize 
  =>  count  out 
 
  Sense  2 
  announce,  declare 
  =>  promulgate 
  =>  nolle  prosequi  nolle  pros,  nol.  pros. 
 
  Sense  3 
  declare 
  =>  plead 
  =>  profess 
 
  Sense  4 
  declare,  adjudge,  hold 
  =>  purify,  sanctify 
  =>  spiritualize,  spiritualise 
  =>  lustrate 
  =>  admit  acknowledge 
  =>  sustain 
  =>  concede,  profess,  confess 
  =>  confess 
  =>  confess,  squeal,  shrive 
  =>  avow,  avouch 
  =>  superannuate 
  =>  bastardize,  bastardise 
  =>  certify 
  =>  call 
  =>  beatify 
  =>  canonize,  saint 
  =>  pronounce,  label,  judge 
  =>  acquit,  assoil,  clear,  discharge,  exonerate,  exculpate 
  =>  whitewash 
  =>  purge 
  =>  convict 
  =>  reconvict 
  =>  nasalize,  nasalise 
  =>  tout 
  =>  rule  find 
  =>  qualify 
  =>  disqualify 
  =>  recuse 
  =>  disbar 
  =>  intonate,  intone 
  =>  cancel,  strike  down 
  =>  revoke,  annul,  lift,  countermand,  reverse,  repeal,  overturn,  rescind,  vacate 
  =>  renege,  renege  on  renegue  on  go  back  on 
  =>  remit 
  =>  write  off 
  =>  invalidate,  annul,  quash,  void,  avoid,  nullify 
  =>  break 
  =>  stet 
  =>  recall 
  =>  retire 
  =>  formalize,  formalise 
  =>  ritualize,  ritualise 
 
  Sense  5 
  disclose,  let  on  bring  out  reveal,  discover,  expose,  declare,  divulge,  impart,  break,  give  away  let  out 
  =>  blackwash 
  =>  muckrake 
  =>  blow 
  =>  out 
  =>  come  out  of  the  closet,  out  come  out 
  =>  spring 
  =>  betray,  bewray 
  =>  confide 
  =>  unbosom,  relieve 
  =>  leak 
  =>  talk,  tattle,  blab,  peach,  babble,  sing,  babble  out  blab  out 
 
  Entailment  of  verb  declare 
 
 
  Synonyms/Hypernyms  (Ordered  by  Frequency)  of  verb  declare 
 
  7  senses  of  declare 
 
  Sense  1 
  declare 
  =>  state,  say  tell 
 
  Sense  2 
  announce,  declare 
  =>  state,  say  tell 
 
  Sense  3 
  declare 
  =>  affirm,  assert,  avow,  aver,  swan,  swear 
 
  Sense  4 
  declare,  adjudge,  hold 
  =>  judge 
 
  Sense  5 
  disclose,  let  on  bring  out  reveal,  discover,  expose,  declare,  divulge,  impart,  break,  give  away  let  out 
  =>  tell 
 
  Sense  6 
  declare 
  =>  authorize,  authorise,  pass,  clear 
 
  Sense  7 
  declare 
  =>  state,  say  tell 
 
  Familiarity  of  verb  declare 
 
  declare  used  as  a  verb  is  common  (polysemy  count  =  7) 
 
  Synonyms  (Grouped  by  Similarity  of  Meaning)  of  verb  declare 
 
  Sense  1 
  declare 
  =>  state,  say  tell 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  2 
  announce,  declare 
  =>  state,  say  tell 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  3 
  declare 
  =>  affirm,  assert,  avow,  aver,  swan,  swear 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  4 
  declare,  adjudge,  hold 
  =>  judge 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  5 
  disclose,  let  on  bring  out  reveal,  discover,  expose,  declare,  divulge,  impart,  break,  give  away  let  out 
  =>  tell 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  6 
  declare 
  =>  authorize,  authorise,  pass,  clear 
  -------------- 
 
  Sense  7 
  declare 
  =>  state,  say  tell 
  -------------- 
 
  Overview  of  verb  declare 
 
  The  verb  declare  has  7  senses  (first  6  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (33)  declare  --  (state  clearly:  "He  stated  his  name") 
  2.  (13)  announce,  declare  --  (announce  officially;  "The  President  declared  war") 
  3.  (12)  declare  --  (state  firmly;  "He  declared  that  he  was  innocent") 
  4.  (9)  declare,  adjudge,  hold  --  (declare  to  be  "She  was  declared  incompetent";  "  judge  held  that  the  defendant  was  innocent") 
  5.  (6)  disclose,  let  on  bring  out  reveal,  discover,  expose,  declare,  divulge,  impart,  break,  give  away  let  out  --  (make  known  to  the  public  information  that  was  previously  known  only  to  a  few  people  or  that  was  meant  to  be  kept  a  secret;  "The  auction  house  would  not  disclose  the  price  at  which  the  van  Gogh  had  sold";  "The  actress  won't  reveal  how  old  she  is";  "bring  out  the  truth";  "he  broke  the  news  to  her") 
  6.  (1)  declare  --  (authorize  payments  of:  "declare  dividends") 
  7.  declare  --  (make  a  declaration  (of  dutiable  goods)  to  a  customs  official;  "Do  you  have  anything  to  declare?") 
 
  Overview  of  verb  declare 
 
  The  verb  declare  has  7  senses  (first  6  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (33)  declare  --  (state  clearly:  "He  stated  his  name") 
  2.  (13)  announce,  declare  --  (announce  officially;  "The  President  declared  war") 
  3.  (12)  declare  --  (state  firmly;  "He  declared  that  he  was  innocent") 
  4.  (9)  declare,  adjudge,  hold  --  (declare  to  be  "She  was  declared  incompetent";  "  judge  held  that  the  defendant  was  innocent") 
  5.  (6)  disclose,  let  on  bring  out  reveal,  discover,  expose,  declare,  divulge,  impart,  break,  give  away  let  out  --  (make  known  to  the  public  information  that  was  previously  known  only  to  a  few  people  or  that  was  meant  to  be  kept  a  secret;  "The  auction  house  would  not  disclose  the  price  at  which  the  van  Gogh  had  sold";  "The  actress  won't  reveal  how  old  she  is";  "bring  out  the  truth";  "he  broke  the  news  to  her") 
  6.  (1)  declare  --  (authorize  payments  of:  "declare  dividends") 
  7.  declare  --  (make  a  declaration  (of  dutiable  goods)  to  a  customs  official;  "Do  you  have  anything  to  declare?") 



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