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    1. That strange declaration of his made me think for a while, as I felt it contained a vestige of truth -I can't say what exactly

    2. We all know that Talstan interpreted the transmission of the code for that virus as a declaration of war by the Kassikan on virtual souls of all faiths and called for jihad on the Kassikan

    3. ‘I have a signed declaration from Drens, all properly witnessed by two of the crew, stating that he witnessed our vows

    4. My query about this is met by a relieved declaration that she appears to be over the worst

    5. would be inhibited by such a declaration

    6. He made the final declaration and the players applauded his feat

    7. When the Players met again, all were hushed in anticipation of the declaration

    8. Mike was returning her call, since he’d been asleep, when Emma had tried calling him earlier in the day, to tell him of Shelly's declaration

    9. declaration, the only way that parents know how

    10. The Royal African company, the predecessors of the present African company, had an exclusive privilege by charter ; but as that charter had not been confirmed by act of parliament, the trade, in consequence of the declaration of rights, was, soon after the Revolution, laid open to all his majesty's subjects

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    Synonyms for "declaration"

    declaration resolution resolve announcement annunciation proclamation contract statement affirmation confirmation manifesto profession attestation allegation avowal disclosure notification presentation expression communication utterance

    "declaration" definitions

    a statement that is emphatic and explicit (spoken or written)

    (law) unsworn statement that can be admitted in evidence in a legal transaction

    a statement of taxable goods or of dutiable properties

    (contract bridge) the highest bid becomes the contract setting the number of tricks that the bidder must make

    a formal public statement

    a formal expression by a meeting; agreed to by a vote