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avowed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishavoweda‧vowed /əˈvaʊd/ adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 SAY/STATEadmitted or said publicly syn sworn 🔊 an avowed atheist
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avowedAll of this is with the avowed intent of improving his company's products.What of his avowed love for Chelsi?These differences include the original step, for a work of avowed non-fiction, of changing words within quotation marks.Resentment of this magnitude was a clear indication of the failure of the avowed policy of pacification and Romanization.Their avowed purpose is to wreck the Social Contract and the democratic system under which we live.But if they are no longer avowed Socialists, what are they?

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