[ proh-muhlj ]
/ proʊˈmʌldʒ /
verb (used with object), pro·mulged, pro·mulg·ing.Archaic.
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Origin of promulge
1480–90; <Latin prōmulgāre to make known, promulgate, equivalent to prō-pro-1 + -mulgāre, probably akin to mulgēre to milk, extract
OTHER WORDS FROM promulgepro·mulg·er, noun
Words nearby promulge
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Example sentences from the Web for promulge
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
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|William Cooper