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Similar words: weddingpowertowelshowerfavortowerloweravoidMeaning: [ə'vaʊd]  adj. openly declared as such. 
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1. A false friend is worse than an avowed enemy. 
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 avowed aim of this Government is to reduce taxation.
9. He avowed that he would never cooperate with them again.
10. An avowed traditionalist, he is against reform of any kind.
11. Some of these are avowed traditionalists.
12. She is an avowed vegetarian.
13. What of his avowed love for Chelsi?
14. That is why the Fed's avowed aim has been to slow the economy.
15. We worked with one hotel chain that avowed to the point of dementia its commitment to customer service and comfort.
16. An avowed contrarian, Carr, like Groucho Marx,( seems to be suspicious of any group that would claim him.
17. Their avowed purpose is to wreck the Social Contract and the democratic system under which we live.
18. This may often be the avowed policy, but the planning acts explicitly permit the continuance of existing uses.
19. But if they are no longer avowed Socialists, what are they?
20. His avowed purpose was to tweak the noses of the respectable scientific establishment.
21. This was a logical outcome of her avowed poverty and dependence on providence for all things.
22. All of this is with the avowed intent of improving his company's products.
23. " I'll be progressive from now on,'she avowed.
24. He avowed himself a patriot.
25. An avowed skeptic, van Loon left the Immaculate Conception and the Resurrection out of his subsequent The Story of the Bible, 1923.
26. It is a society in which homosexuality is rarely avowed.
27. I believe that there is an authentic beauty in science and this is fervently avowed by many scientists.
28. These differences include the original step, for a work of avowed non-fiction, of changing words within quotation marks.
29. Resentment of this magnitude was a clear indication of the failure of the avowed policy of pacification and Romanization.
30. In this respect Anderson is a rare breed among geophysicists, an avowed generalist.
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