- to utter or pronounce, as words; enunciate.
- to announce, declare, or proclaim.
- to state definitely, as a proposition.
Origin of enounce
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Examples from the Web for enounce
Suffice it to have proved that both Old and New Testament enounce the judgment.The City of God, Volume II
Thus perplexed, Fox Talbot hesitated in 1826 to enounce this fundamental principle.A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century
Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke
Against such cautions I rebelled with a mute, indignant impulse, which I was not old enough to enounce or to argue.
For, to enounce with fitting clearness a great but much-forgotten truth, To have an opinion, you must have an opinion.Sanitary and Social Lectures and Essays
- to enunciate
- to pronounce
C19: from French énoncer, from Latin ēnuntiāre enunciate
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