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Example sentences for herald

To be honest, we hesitate to herald such facts.
Clouds, too, often herald changes in the weather.
They are tiny members of the buttercup family and one of the earliest flowers to herald winter's end.
The stock market's up and down behavior may be a herald of trouble ahead.
Evaporation will begin and with it the great snowfalls that will herald a new ice age.
With its feather-lightness, its softly cushioned sole — this is the way to herald the return of the perfectly plain pump.
Fear is an instructor of great sagacity and the herald of all revolutions.
That's pretty impressive and may herald important changes in the way articles are written and edited.
On benches above the streambed, yellow and pink blooms of prickly pear cactus herald the spring.
If the findings bear out, they may herald a potential new treatment for an age-old condition.

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