Definition of promulgate:
propound, outcry, blazon, render, extol, placard, bring forward, release, make known, predicate, communicate, blaze, shout, establish, propagate, noise, let it be known that, address, sound, blare, issue, laud, disseminate, constitute, cry, annunciate, cry out, state, enact, words, herald, knowledge, disclose, notify, reveal, spread, give out, proclaim, tell, action, legislate, call out, declare, bruit, say, give notice, make, exclaim, trumpet, flash, glorify, put out, pronounce, exalt, inform, politics, spread abroad, publicize, enunciate.
These nine, who are not selected on any representative system, promulgate laws, conduct negotiations, settle dates, and generally perform those details of business which in England are left entirely to the undergraduates.- "Rowing", Rudolf Chambers Lehmann.
For this reason, I have been most anxious that the broad principle of the flexible tariff as provided in the existing law should be preserved and its delays in action avoided by more expeditious methods of determining the costs of production at home and abroad, with executive authority to promulgate such changes upon recommendation of the Tariff Commission after exhaustive investigation.- "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.
- "Craftsmanship in Teaching", William Chandler Bagley.