use proclaim in a sentence.
A self-proclaimed expert, one must add.
So is it time to proclaim Google dead?
The self-proclaimed "journalist" calls this piece journalism?
I thought "self-proclaimed LulzSec leader" was an oxymoron?
If Alice in Wonderland could proclaim Happy Unbirthdays, could we then perhaps proclaim a Unhappy 7 Billion Day?
I'm surprised that a self-proclaimed "XML Aficionado" would complain about something being too heavy.
I can, without hesitation, proclaim that eating children is categorically wrong.
Irony: Proclaiming 'HTTPS everywhere' when the webpage it's on doesn't use HTTPS.
Whitepapers funded by Oracle proclaim java the future for embedded programming.
Yet another article proclaiming bash as garbage and zsh as the best thing since sliced bread.
I wasn't aware that was the case, can't anyone be a self proclaimed investigative journalist?
It's funny that this article proclaims to combat yak shaving while it actually promotes it.
Why is this proclaimed gentleman swearing so much in blog post?
Most self-proclaimed "game changing" technologies don't end up changing anything.
They didn't render any self-proclaimed American patriots though.
As opposed to hipsters in armchairs proclaiming every release the greatest thing since sliced bread.
I'm always immediately skeptical when people are proclaiming a just-announced product as a "<insert big competitor> killer".
Let's see how things pan out before proclaiming a new champion.
Cool stuff, but as a self proclaimed app whore I can't ever remember thinking I needed something like this.