Promulgate in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Promulgate

to make something recognized or known

Examples of Promulgate in a sentence

The purpose of the documentary is to promulgate the importance of raising funds for additional cancer research. 🔊

Because the minister wants to promulgate his religious beliefs, he is producing a television show that will air next year. 🔊

It seems as though the candidate is airing commercials every hour to promulgate his political platform. 🔊

As a publicist, Jill’s job is to promulgate her clients’ names until they become world famous. 🔊

Employers have to promulgate their policies on sexual harassment so employees will be aware of the process for handing complaints. 🔊

In order to win the debate, a student team must convincingly promulgate its position on a given topic. 🔊

The actor makes use of social media to promulgate the release of his film projects. 🔊

To promulgate the benefits of his healthcare plan, the president will tour the country and make numerous speeches. 🔊

The jury foreman will promulgate the jury’s verdict at the end of the trial. 🔊

Although I do not like my daughter’s husband, I will keep my opinion to myself and will not promulgate my feelings. 🔊

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