Definition of proclamatory in English:



  • See proclaim

    • ‘Some critics were turned off by Williams' bombastic, proclamatory emceeing, which often made no pretense of rhythmic consistency or tonal variety.’
    • ‘Just leave aside the special problem you bring, for which there may well be a statutory or proclamatory answer.’
    • ‘Experts can usually be easily recognised by their self-proclamatory call.’
    • ‘Your proclamatory question that Arts Grads. are unashamed of ignorance in things scientific is surely a rhetorical one.’
    • ‘Vatican II's style is discursive, not doctrinal; persuasive, not proclamatory.’