Origin of promulgate
OTHER WORDS FROM promulgateprom·ul·ga·tion [prom-uhl-gey-shuhn], /ˌprɒm əlˈgeɪ ʃən/, nounprom·ul·ga·tor, nounre·prom·ul·gate, verb (used with object), re·prom·ul·gat·ed, re·prom·ul·gat·ing.
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How to use promulgate in a sentence
That was their most recent policy amongst the four they have promulgated in the last two years.Supreme Court grants reprieve to inmate who wants pastor by side at execution|Robert Barnes|September 9, 2021|Washington Post
In recent decades, the triumphalist narrative of Texas history promulgated by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas and the 1936 Centennial Exposition has been scrutinized and challenged.The bright side of a bad Texas history bill? It’s too late to whitewash the past.|John González, Benjamin Johnson|June 4, 2021|Washington Post
The California Teachers Association is vehement in its opposition to charters because the very principles that have made so many charters successful are diametrically opposed to the ideas promulgated by the union.CTA Works to Weaken Charters – Now High Tech High Teachers Want in|Ryan Gardiner|May 11, 2021|Voice of San Diego
The federal and state governments, at their core, establish laws and promulgate rules.
After that, Vyrtl sat back and allowed his cohorts to promulgate a number of minor, harassing conditions.The Envoy, Her|Horace Brown Fyfe
It was for him to promulgate the Imperial laws, sometimes to put forth edicts of his own.Theodoric the Goth|Thomas Hodgkin
Henceforth its sole effective function was to endorse and promulgate the decrees of the government of Vienna.
Let those who promulgate my faith enter into no arguments or discussions, but slay all who refuse obedience.Beacon Lights of History, Volume V|John Lord
In this he was overborne by their united opinion, and the Nation continued to promulgate the same bold, unwavering course.The Felon's Track|Michael Doheny