Third-person singular simple present indicative form of acclaim. (verb)
Examples of word acclaims
‘Blessed was the mother’ and ‘blessed was the son’, acclaims Tulsidas, in his description of Sumitra.
In the context of Holy Week, the triumphant people of Israel represent the new triumphant people of the Church, which acclaims the Savior at His entry into Jerusalem.
Pity the nation that acclaims the bully as hero, and that deems the glittering conqueror bountiful.
Labor is only human, and, being human, it will subscribe to the paper that acclaims it and at the same time damns the fellow on the other side to Jericho.
The sapiential tradition of the bible acclaims God as "the very author of beauty" (Wisdom 13, 3), glorifying him for the greatness and beauty of the works of creation.
Please quote a liberation theologian acclaims Cuban and Chinese human rights violations.
Thus why is it not possible for one, who acclaims oneself to be a Mahayana, to stop worshipping these dubious gods and deities for the sake and benefit of the Tibetans in whole and for the well-being of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.