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publicly announced; "the royal couple's much heralded world tour
publicly announced; "the royal couple's much heralded world tour"
herald
: An official whose speciality is heraldry, especially one between the ranks of pursuivant and king of arms
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To proclaim, announce, etc. an event

Daffodils herald the Spring.

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A harbinger, giving signs of things to come
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A messenger, especially one bringing important news
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{f} announce, proclaim; come before, precede; give a sign that something is going to take place, foreshadow; welcome a person with excitement; announce something with excitement
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{n} an officer who regulates coats of arms, and funerals, harbinger, forerunner
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{v} to introduce or act like a herald
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an indication of the approach of something or someone
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Generic term for the officers in charge of the development and registration of names and devices, and for making announcements at Court and elsewhere With a capital "H," designates one of the chief heraldic officers of a Kingdom or Principality, or a ranking member of the College of Arms Other heraldic titles include "Pursuivant" (the officer assigned to a local group), "Pursuivant At Large" (an experienced herald not currently assigned to a group), "Pursuivant Extraordinary" (a journeyman herald), and "Cornet" (a herald in training) You can recognize a herald on duty by the badge, an "x" formed by two straight trumpets in gold on a green background (See Officer )
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Something that is a herald of a future event or situation is a sign that it is going to happen or appear. I welcome the report as a herald of more freedom, not less
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He was invested with a sacred and inviolable character
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A proclaimer; one who, or that which, publishes or announces; as, the herald of another's fame
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An officer whose duties, among other things, consist of deciding on the proper badges or coat armor of the nobility; to grant, record and blazon arms; record genealogies, etc The three principal English heralds are called Kings-of-Arms (or king-at-arms) The principal herald of Scotland is called Lyon King-of-Arms; of Ireland, Ulster King-of-Arms The Lancaster herald is inspector of regimental colors
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An official whose speciality is heraldry, especially one between the ranks of pursuivant and king of arms
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praise vociferously; "The critics hailed the young pianist as a new Rubinstein"
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(formal) a person who announces important news; "the chieftain had a herald who announced his arrival with a trumpet
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See Heralds' College (below), and King-at-Arms
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A forerunner; a a precursor; a harbinger
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greet enthusiastically or joyfully
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If an important event or action is heralded by people, announcements are made about it so that it is publicly known and expected. Janet Jackson's new album has been heralded by a massive media campaign Tonight's clash between Real Madrid and Arsenal is being heralded as the match of the season
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The person in charge of making announcements, and doing research for heraldic coat-of-arms
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foreshadow or presage
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In former times, a herald was a person who delivered and announced important messages. Glasgow Herald, the
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In the Middle Ages, the officer charged with the above duties, and also with the care of genealogies, of the rights and privileges of noble families, and especially of armorial bearings
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officer responsible for making announcements at events and guiding members in the creation of personal heraldry
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(formal) a person who announces important news; "the chieftain had a herald who announced his arrival with a trumpet"
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In modern times, some vestiges of this office remain, especially in England
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Any messenger
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{i} messenger, official announcer; (Formerly) royal messenger; one who announces significant news; harbinger, forerunner; formerly a royal messenger
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Something that heralds a future event or situation is a sign that it is going to happen or appear. the sultry evening that heralded the end of the baking hot summer
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An officer whose business was to denounce or proclaim war, to challenge to battle, to proclaim peace, and to bear messages from the commander of an army
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A herald (lowercase) is anyone who practices any of the arts of heraldry A Herald (uppercase) is a Kingdom or Society level herald, or someone who has been granted this title for their great contribution to the heraldic arts The title is often used with a descriptive appellation, indicating the specific office held As an example, Brigantia Herald is the East Kingdom Herald
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To introduce, or give tidings of, as by a herald; to proclaim; to announce; to foretell; to usher in
much-heralded
a much-heralded event, product etc has been talked about a lot before it happens or becomes available
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