verb (used with object), e·nounced, e·nounc·ing.
Origin of enounce
Related formse·nounce·ment, nounun·e·nounced, adjective
Examples from the Web for enounce
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|Charles Kingsley
Against such cautions I rebelled with a mute, indignant impulse, which I was not old enough to enounce or to argue.
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
Suffice it to have proved that both Old and New Testament enounce the judgment.The City of God, Volume II|Aurelius Augustine