- v.公开声明，承认( avow的过去式和过去分词);
- 副词: avowedly;
An aide avowed that the President had known nothing of the deals.
She is an avowed vegetarian.
The party's avowed aim was to struggle against capitalist exploitation.
He had avowed to himself a choice.
The avowed aim of this Government is to reduce taxation.
The avowed terrorist stood before them.
He avowed openly [ publicly ] that he was divorced.
他坦白 [ 公开 ] 承认自己离了婚.
He avowed that he was guilty.
There were novelists of the time, like Howells, who avowed that they were " realists ".
当时的小说家如 豪威尔斯 等人,都信誓旦旦地自称是现实派.
This was Ricci's avowed goal.
He avowed himself ( to be ) an atheist.
他 供认 自己是无神论者.
When we shift to avowed novels, the turnover of the generations is an astonishing feature.
He avowed himself a patriot.
He avowed that he would never cooperate with them again.
The Prime Minister avowed that he saw no need to change his country's policies.
I believe that what is called experience is often but an avowed fatigue, resignation, blighted hope.
我还认为所谓的经验往往不过是大家承认的疲劳 、 无可奈何(辞职)与破灭的希望.
A false friend is worse than an avowed enemy.
Finally , the foreign powers betrayed their own avowed democratic principles in order to preserve feudalism.
He avowed openly that he was divorced.
FOR all its avowed atheism, China is quite taken with the Christian idea of original sin.
He avowed that he could not sing.
Some is avowed be fractionize, share however actually very thick.
PETER MANDELSON is an avowed trade liberal.
Their avowed aim is to overthrow the government.
Lithuania had watched in avowed amazement as she'd fought the swordsman aboard the Victoria.
He avowed himself an opponent of all alliances.
Barack Obama, the new US president, is an avowed enemy of tax havens.
The prisoner avowed his guilt.
1. openly declared as such;
"an avowed enemy"
"her professed love of everything about that country"
"McKinley was assassinated by a professed anarchist"