- to promulgate.
Origin of promulge
1480–90; < Latin prōmulgāre to make known, promulgate, equivalent to prō- pro-1 + -mulgāre, probably akin to mulgēre to milk, extract
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Examples from the Web for promulge
If falsehood uses the press to promulge her doctrines, let truth oppose her with the same weapon.A Sketch of the Life of the late Henry Cooper
He was among the first to oppose the innovations of the crown and promulge liberal principles.Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution
L. Carroll Judson