verb (used with object), de·clared, de·clar·ing.
verb (used without object), de·clared, de·clar·ing.
Origin of declare
Synonyms for declare
Antonyms for declare
Examples from the Web for declare
Contemporary Examples of declare
Being the first to declare feelings is incredibly difficult.Random Hook-Ups or Dry Spells: Why Millennials Flunk College Dating
January 1, 2015
And it led him in his teenage years to declare his ambition to become a cop.In The Shadow of Murdered Cops
December 26, 2014
That attack prompted the government to declare a three-month state of emergency in parts of North Sinai.ISIS Wannabes Claim They Killed an American in Egypt
December 1, 2014
If J-Law suddenly decided to declare solidarity with Thai anti-junta activists?‘The Hunger Games’ Stars Silent on Thai Protesters
November 21, 2014
Beijing also demanded that Abe declare he will no longer pay visits to the war-linked Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo.Beijing’s ‘Star Trek’ APEC Summit
November 11, 2014
Historical Examples of declare
Would I declare, that I would still honour him with my correspondence?
Today we can declare: Government is not the problem, and government is not the solution.
And I declare to you, that I know not my own heart, if it not be absolutely free.
I declare to you, miss, I'm clean worn out with havin' patience!
The rain's over, I declare—at least for a quarter of an hour!
verb (mainly tr)
- to display (a card or series of ards) on the table so as to add to one's score
- to decide (the trump suit) by making the final bid