noun, plural pro·nun·ci·a·men·tos.
- pronunciation spelling,
- prony brake,
Origin of pronunciamento
Examples from the Web for pronunciamento
This treaty was really nothing but a pronunciamento of Bonaparte.
A few days later Lafayette, as commander of the armies in the North, issued a pronunciamento against the popular excesses.
Following this pronunciamento, Senator Hanway began laying personal pipes for four years away with pristine ardor.The President|Alfred Henry Lewis
At this pronunciamento of Aunt Lavina's a swift glance passed between the two old women.Burned Bridges|Bertrand W. Sinclair
The pronunciamento delayed was at length proclaimed, and carried to a successful issue.The Free Lances|Mayne Reid