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proclaim (something) from the housetop(s)

To share some news or information publicly and with as many people as possible. I was ready to proclaim from the housetop that we'd be having a baby, but my wife wanted to wait for a while before we made the news public. I know you want to proclaim it from the housetops that you came in first in your class, but you should think about how it might make the other students feel and have a bit of modesty about it.
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proclaim (something) from the housetops

To share some news or information publicly and with as many people as possible. I was ready to proclaim from the housetops that we'd be having a baby, but my wife wanted to wait for a while before we made the news public. I know you want to proclaim it from the housetops that you came in first in your class, but you should think about how it might make the other students feel.
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proclaim (something) from the rooftops

To share some news or information publicly and with as many people as possible. I was ready to proclaim from the rooftops that we'd be having a baby, but my wife wanted to wait for a while before we made the news public. I know you want to proclaim it from the rooftops that you came in first in your class, but you should think about how it might make the other students feel and have a bit of modesty about it.
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proclaim (or shout) something from the housetops

announce something publicly.
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I Corinthians makes clear that both Peter and Apollos also had gained converts in Corinth, while Paul looked forward to proclaiming the good news in Rome, which had house churches before he got there.
The eighth meal in Luke's account is the Last Supper, the meal shared with the disciples who are now to become apostles proclaiming the gospel.
Huel, Proclaiming the Gospel to the Indians and the Metis.
Moving finally to Luke: About whom is this parable, and what good news is Jesus proclaiming? Calling it The Parable of the Widow and the Unjust Judge, as some biblical editors do, focuses our attention on the judge, his lack of faith and wisdom, and his eventual yielding.
He urged the bishops to confront "the challenge of radical scepticism" by boldly proclaiming the message of Jesus Christ.
I wonder what our group will make of this radical dissonance, and they see themselves in the picture perfectly: "We're the people who stand around Sunday after Sunday and sing praise to a wounded Lamb, a crucified King, in defiance of everything the world tells us about power and how to get ahead." They see a need to move from singing praises to proclaiming this news that "God's plan, Christ alive in our world today, is revealed in Jesus' life, death and resurrection."
Seeing and proclaiming Christ in the church and the world today will send ripples and shock waves through the lives of individuals and communities who engage the Easter story.
Peter is proclaiming the good news that Jesus is the way by which all are saved.
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