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2) He avowed himself a socialist.
3) The party's avowed aim was to struggle against capitalist exploitation.
4) She avowed herself a singer.
5) The Government's avowed intent/purpose/aim is to reduce tax.
6) He avowed his commitment to Marxist ideals.
7) He avowed himself an opponent of all alliances.
8) The senator was forced to avow openly that he had received some money from that company.
9) The avowed aim of this Government is to reduce taxation.
10) He avowed that he would never cooperate with them again.
11) An avowed traditionalist,[http://sentencedict.com/avow.html] he is against reform of any kind.
12) Others avow that he intentionally distorted the trial.
13) She is an avowed vegetarian.
14) What of his avowed love for Chelsi?
15) Their avowed purpose is to wreck the Social Contract and the democratic system under which we live.
16) But if they are no longer avowed Socialists(sentencedict.com), what are they?
17) All of this is with the avowed intent of improving his company's products.
18) I must avow that I am innocent.
19) But whatever the danger, Christ's followers must avow their principles.
20) Those who avow before understand they have a responsibility to help others whether it is to grow self-leadership skills or provide some expert advice.
21) It is a society in which homosexuality is rarely avowed.
22) I believe that there is an authentic beauty in science and this is fervently avowed by many scientists.
23) These differences include the original step, for a work of avowed non-fiction, of changing words within quotation marks.
24) Resentment of this magnitude was a clear indication of the failure of the avowed policy of pacification and Romanization.
25) Many a man thinks, what he is ashamed to avow ( Samuel Johnson ).
26) That the unconscious for its part preserves a truth that it does avow!
27) But this fear is counterbalanced by new realizations at work and with my friends, in which I am able to frankly avow that I have a disability.
28) On abandoning his grandfather's opinions for the opinions of his father, he had supposed himself fixed; he now suspected, with uneasiness, and without daring to avow it to himself, that he was not.
29) Its Latin’s origins come from the word profess which means, “to avow before.”