avowed


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Idioms.
Related to avowed: avowedly
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for avowed

Synonyms for avowed

openly declared as such

Synonyms

Related Words

References in classic literature ?
Shuttleworthy had distinctly avowed to the said nephew his irrevocable determination of rescinding the will originally made, and of cutting him off with a shilling.
Without attempting to conceal her avowed preference of Wilfred of Ivanhoe, she declared that, were that favoured knight out of question, she would rather take refuge in a convent, than share a throne with Athelstane, whom, having always despised, she now began, on account of the trouble she received on his account, thoroughly to detest.
Expressing worry at the wanton arson and killings in the country, especially in the three Northern states, the Army avowed that it had directed its men to activate its rules on engagement in dealing with the crimes which they said were tantamount to arson and murder.
avowed aim for the alblove songs "that don't atraditional love song tyserved, in musical arrathat include the classicdramatics and swirlinFormaldehyde.
General Marid Abdul Hussein told Aswat al-Iraq that 500 tribal chiefs of Tameem Tribe met and expressed their avowed rejection of the project.
Avowed fans of Brazilian metal titans Sepultura might be surprised that original drummer Igor Cavalera started an electro project with his wife, Laima Leyton.
The publicly avowed policies of the administration to enforce border security are nothing but lip service designed to deceive the gullible.
I am also rather bewildered at his reference to the New Labour Candidate, Owen Smith, where he says that Mr Smith is 'an avowed socialist' and that he will one day be elected to Parliament.
The senator, an avowed feminist, might also take heart in al-Maliki's pronouncement that ``The rights chartered in (Iraq's) constitution will .
Included in the list of permanent deacons is one Eric Stoltz, an avowed homosexual.
If the avowed idea is to reward exceptional performance, then the actual impact must not be to penalize average performance.
Hampton had been a former avowed racist who met Keys while they were both in prison so the case seems open and shut.
He avowed his intention to crack down on them, I wish him luck.
Wenger, whose side face City tonight at Highbury, is an avowed admirer of Wright-Phillips.