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OTHER WORDS FROM avoweda·vow·ed·ly [uh-vou-id-lee], /əˈvaʊ ɪd li/, adverba·vow·ed·ness, nounself-a·vowed, adjectiveun·a·vowed, adjective
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An avowed creationist who consults for a food lobby hardly seems an appropriate choice to fulfill these criteria.
Should an avowed Marxist professor whose field of study is the 0.01 percent therefore be paid $15,000,000 a year?
And it may cease to be a worry at all if the avowed opponents of stop-and-frisk have their way.Antiq Hennis’s Bloody Stroller Shames New York City Mayor’s Race|Michael Daly|September 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A dishy book from an avowed sociopath has stirred up an awkward debate: perhaps all of us have a bit of the personality disorder.
Even Osama bin Laden was accorded the final rites prescribed by his avowed religion, courtesy of the U.S. government.
Why should they not jointly come under explicitly avowed obligations to God?The Ordinance of Covenanting|John Cunningham
Montague was taken completely by surprise, but manfully avowed the whole truth, and defended what he had done.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
Perhaps also greater liberty of thought and speech caused irreligion to take a more avowed and visible form.
It was no light trouble to him that on their return to London she avowed herself a Romanist.
I had always felt attached to this divine production, even when I had not believed myself one of its avowed followers.My Ten Years' Imprisonment|Silvio Pellico