Herald - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- praise vociferously (syn: acclaim, hail)
- greet enthusiastically or joyfully (syn: hail)
The early flowers are heralds of spring.
Mercury was the herald of the Roman gods.
Rain heralds the arrival of spring.
The technology heralded a new age of space exploration.
A flash of lightning heralded torrential rain.
Flashing blue lights heralded the arrival of the police.
When it opened, the hospital was heralded as a new way forward in nursing care.
the chieftain had a herald who announced his arrival with a trumpet
...my herald of the morn is my cat, sticking his paw in my face to wake me up...
The king's herald walked before.
a herald chosen for his sonorous voice
present participle: heralding
past tense: heralded
past participle: heralded