An avowed liberal, he seeks to explain his critique of conservatives in psychology and biology.
He is, in short, an avowed foe of our society and our way of life.
The Tea Party found its following by rejecting the value and avowed purpose of government itself.
His avowed goal had once been to get his American citizenship by boxing for the U.S. Olympic team and then turn pro.
Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney, avowed enemies of big government, would likely have blocked both initiatives.
These men, christened "Copperheads," became more odious to loyal Northerners than were the avowed Secessionists.
"I didn't know you were watching anybody at all," avowed Donald.
Olga was an avowed Anarchist; she was almost a prisoner in the house of her uncle.
The avowed object of these laws was to gain and keep the British command of the sea.
Eppie, like the ascendant race again, made prompt and shameless use of the avowed and very apparent weakness.