Proclaime conjugation

English
20 examples
This verb can also mean the following: do

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
proclaime
proclaime
proclaimes
proclaime
proclaime
proclaime
Future Simple
will proclaime
will proclaime
will proclaime
will proclaime
will proclaime
will proclaime
Past Simple
proclaimed
proclaimed
proclaimed
proclaimed
proclaimed
proclaimed
Conditional Simple
would proclaime
would proclaime
would proclaime
would proclaime
would proclaime
would proclaime
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am proclaiming
are proclaiming
is proclaiming
are proclaiming
are proclaiming
are proclaiming
Future Progressive
will be proclaiming
will be proclaiming
will be proclaiming
will be proclaiming
will be proclaiming
will be proclaiming
Past Progressive
was proclaiming
were proclaiming
was proclaiming
were proclaiming
were proclaiming
were proclaiming
Conditional Progressive
would be proclaiming
would be proclaiming
would be proclaiming
would be proclaiming
would be proclaiming
would be proclaiming
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have proclaimed
have proclaimed
has proclaimed
have proclaimed
have proclaimed
have proclaimed
Future Perfect
will have proclaimed
will have proclaimed
will have proclaimed
will have proclaimed
will have proclaimed
will have proclaimed
Past Perfect
had proclaimed
had proclaimed
had proclaimed
had proclaimed
had proclaimed
had proclaimed
Conditional Perfect
would have proclaimed
would have proclaimed
would have proclaimed
would have proclaimed
would have proclaimed
would have proclaimed
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been proclaiming
have been proclaiming
has been proclaiming
have been proclaiming
have been proclaiming
have been proclaiming
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been proclaiming
will have been proclaiming
will have been proclaiming
will have been proclaiming
will have been proclaiming
will have been proclaiming
Past Perfect Progressive
had been proclaiming
had been proclaiming
had been proclaiming
had been proclaiming
had been proclaiming
had been proclaiming
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been proclaiming
would have been proclaiming
would have been proclaiming
would have been proclaiming
would have been proclaiming
would have been proclaiming

Examples of proclaime

Example in English
2 January, 2002" Eduardo Alberto Duhalde is thus proclaimed President of Argentina.
Dara and her brother found themselves in Tagas, where the ruler, Elamos the Magnificent, proclaimed as law,
Don't take advantage of her because you're her self-proclaimed teacher.
I proclaimed myself emperor in the presence of the world and the world accepted it."
James Van Der Beek, "newest cast member of 'dancing with the stars, ' "leaving club with dark-haired beauty and self-proclaimed California raisin heiress."
Yet all the suns that light the corridors of the universe shine dim before the blazing of a single thought, proclaiming an incandescent glory:
'The Church of England has joined other extremist religious groups 'in proclaiming this "a sign of a coming apocalypse".
And her crying, like she knew her fate was mediocrity and never loving anyone, practically falling on the tracks, proclaiming love she'd never had the courage to confess...
The thing is, thou art proclaiming untruths.
...have a good day... every street is loudly proclaiming... all the leadersare robbers.
2 January, 2002" Eduardo Alberto Duhalde is thus proclaimed President of Argentina.
Dara and her brother found themselves in Tagas, where the ruler, Elamos the Magnificent, proclaimed as law,
Don't take advantage of her because you're her self-proclaimed teacher.
I proclaimed myself emperor in the presence of the world and the world accepted it."
James Van Der Beek, "newest cast member of 'dancing with the stars, ' "leaving club with dark-haired beauty and self-proclaimed California raisin heiress."
Yet all the suns that light the corridors of the universe shine dim before the blazing of a single thought, proclaiming an incandescent glory:
'The Church of England has joined other extremist religious groups 'in proclaiming this "a sign of a coming apocalypse".
And her crying, like she knew her fate was mediocrity and never loving anyone, practically falling on the tracks, proclaiming love she'd never had the courage to confess...
The thing is, thou art proclaiming untruths.
...have a good day... every street is loudly proclaiming... all the leadersare robbers.

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