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The answer HERALDS has 41 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of heralds in various dictionaries:
noun - (formal) a person who an noun ces important news
noun - something that precedes and indicates the approach of something or someone
verb - foreshadow or presage
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Announces with fanfare|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Plural form of herald.|
|Third-person singular simple present indicative form of herald.|
|a brown moth with dull orange markings, often hibernating in houses and old buildings.|
|an official employed to oversee state ceremonial, precedence, and the use of armorial bearings, and (historically) to make proclamations, carry official messages, and oversee tournaments.|
|a person or thing viewed as a sign that something is about to happen.|
|An official employed to oversee state ceremonial, precedence, and the use of armorial bearings, and (historically) to make proclamations, carry official messages, and oversee tournaments.|
|A person or thing viewed as a sign that something is about to happen.|
|A brown moth with dull orange markings, often hibernating in houses and old buildings.|
|Be a sign that (something) is about to happen.|
|Heralds might refer to|
A Herald, or a herald of arms, is an officer of arms, ranking between pursuivant and king of arms. The title is commonly applied more broadly to all officers of arms.|
* Heralds were originally messengers sent by monarchs or noblemen to convey messages or proclamationsin this sense being the predecessors of the modern diplomats. In the Hundred Years' War, French heralds challenged King Henry V to fight. During the Battle of Agincourt, the English herald and the French herald, Montjoie, watched the battle together from a nearby hill; both agreed that the English were the victors, and Montjoie provided King Henry V, who thus earned the right to name the battle, with the name of the nearby castle.Like other officers of arms, a herald would often wear a surcoat, called a tabard, decorated with the coat of arms of his master. It was possibly due to their role in managing the tournaments of the Late Middle Ages that heralds came to be associated with the regulation of the knights' coats of arms