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Usage Examples for PROMULGATE

  1. At given periods these feudal rulers met to discuss affairs of importance, or to promulgate laws for the better government of the community; but they had no written laws, or any general accepted body of lawgivers, hence, as may easily be supposed, constant differences of opinion existed, which per force was settled by an appeal to arms. - "A Girl's Ride in Iceland" by Ethel Brilliana Alec-Tweedie
  2. He had shown how false were the pretended causes then assigned for it by Englishmen; he touched the key- note- the land tenure; and, as a well- wisher to Ireland, deprecating any new calamities, he was firmly opposed to those various fancy projects of emigration en masse, suggested by numerous British writers, many of whom, such as the editors of the London Times, were induced to promulgate them by their deep hatred for the old race, which led them to represent under a modern garb the old Norman and Puritan philanthropic desires of rooting out and sweeping off the Irish from the land. - "Irish Race in the Past and the Present" by Aug. J. Thebaud