Trel (trellia_chan) wrote in 1word1day,
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Wednesday word: promulgate

promulgate: [proh-muhl-geyt]

verb:

1. To make an idea or a belief known to many people through a public proclamation.

2. To make a new law known through a public announcement.

3. To set forth or publicly teach a new doctrine.

etymology: 1520-1530  Latin
prōmulgātus
Tags: latin, p, verb, wordsmith: trellia_chan
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