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Declaration

Antonyms for declaration:

disavowal, denial, negation.

Synonyms for declaration:

Sense 1

bid, pretension, confessional, canon, troth, asseveration, doctrine, description, confessed, alibi, averment.

Sense 2

notice, receipt, enunciation, proposition, profession, contention, decision.

Sense 3

defense.

Sense 5

bill, publication.

assertion

allegation.

decree

edict.

demand

claim.

document

white paper.

edict

decree.

pronouncement

dictum, manifesto.

Sense 6 (noun)

asseveration, averment.

affirmation (noun)

avowal, corroboration, certification, promise, testimony, pledge, submission, statement, assertion, oath, warranty, admission, sanction, validation, approval, proclamation, affirmation, confirmation, ratification, acknowledgment, verification, attestation, assurance, pronouncement, endorsement.

assertion of belief or knowledge (noun)

attestation, communication, averment, information, publication, enunciation, protestation, promulgation, allegation, disclosure, testimony, admission, profession, revelation, affirmation, expression, advertisement, avowal, oath, acknowledgment, statement, answer, announcement, notice, deposition.

declaration (noun)

annunciation, resolution, contract, proclamation, resolve, announcement.

disclosure (noun)

communication, revelation, dissemination, confession, Divulging, announcement, expression, exhibition, disclosure, advertisement, broadcasting.

evidence (noun)

documentation, connotation, establishment, quotation, support, authentication, data, exhibit, deposition, observation, evidence, demonstration, indication, illustration, fact, specimen, proof, determination, counter-evidence, exemplification, substantiation, information, manifestation.

marriage (noun)

troth.

official proclamation (noun)

manifesto, resolution, edict, pronouncement, proclamation, canon, confirmation.

publication (noun)

publication.

verbalization (noun)

expression.

word (noun)

word.

order (verb)

fiat.

promise (verb)

word.

Usage examples for declaration:

  • But the Declaration was considered a bold step. - "A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia", Amanda Minnie Douglas.
  • His declaration of " war to the death" was answered in kind. - "The Hispanic Nations of the New World Volume 50 in The Chronicles Of America Series", William R. Shepherd.
  • You hold in your hands a letter- a love- letter, I am sure- a declaration, as I fear- from my nephew, Mr. Surrey. - "What Answer?", Anna E. Dickinson.

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