Swear synonyms

swâr
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Part of speech:
To declare openly or admit frankly
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To curse
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To confirm, ratify, or otherwise approve a lower court’s decision on appeal.
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To remove from office or a position of power, esp. from a throne; oust
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To give testimony in a legal case or before a deliberative body:
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To set forth in words; declare.
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To promise solemnly; pledge.
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To certify in an official capacity.
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Warrant is defined as to guarantee, assure or give someone authority to do something.
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(Archaic) To attest or affirm
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The definition of assert is to make a claim or defense.
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(Idiomatic) To wholeheartedly trust.
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To take an oath
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To take an oath
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To attest to the truthfulness of an associated statement.
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Maintain is defined as to keep in a current state in order to prevent from failing or breaking or to carry on or to support or provide.
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To call upon divine or supernatural power to send injury upon; to imprecate evil upon; to execrate.
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(Computing) To explicitly include (a variable) as part of a list of variables, often providing some information about the data it is expected to contain.
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To arrange (text) on a page or a computer screen such that the left and right ends of all lines within paragraphs are aligned.
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An earnest, solemn appeal.
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The act of affirming the truth of one’s statement. It serves the same purpose as an oath and is usually done when the declarant objects to making an oath on religious or ethical ground.
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The act of reviling, ridiculing, or being disrespectful or irreverent of, by words or conduct, God, religion, a religious doctrine, a religious icon, or anything considered sacred. A crime under the common law if the blasphemy was directed towards Christianity or Christian doctrine and icons and is still a statutory crime (although rarely enforced) in many states.
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A magic trick or magical effect.
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Deposition is defined as the removal from an office or the testimony of a witness under oath.
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Epithet is defined as a term used to give a characteristic to whatever or whomever is being described.
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The definition of an expletive is a crude or obscene expression, or an unnecessary word or phrase used to fill space in a sentence for grammar or rhythm purposes.
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The crime of willfully and knowingly making a false statement about a material fact while under oath.
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The state or quality of being profane
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The act of swearing, or making an oath.
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Witness; evidence; proof of some fact.
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To command or enjoin solemnly, as under oath:
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To cause to be, or to declare as, an anathema or evil.
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To state seriously or positively; assert
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To speak blasphemy.
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(Chiefly US) To use cursing, to use bad language, to speak profanely.
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To depose.
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(Rare) To invoke (evil) upon (someone); curse
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Shouting out (as in 'oathing obsenities')
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(Reflexive) To knowingly and willfully make a false statement of witness while in court.
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To bind by a promise or agreement
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To afford a basis for expecting:
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To threaten.
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To give or pledge (one's word or oath, for example).
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To condemn as bad or inferior
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To observe the execution of a legal document and to authenticate it by affixing one’s name to it.
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To accept or support a policy or program:
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To guarantee by a solemn promise
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To use profane or obscene language
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Simple past tense and past participle of sacre.
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To use profane or obscene language
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(Informal, Dial.) To take legal action (against)
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To give credit to; to sell to upon credit, or in confidence of future payment.
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To rely is defined as to have trust, or to depend on someone or something.
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To put into a bank.
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To affirm on oath
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To formally assert as a fact, such as in a pleading; to allege.
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(UK, intransitive) To travel or move about in an aimless, idle, or pretentiously casual way.
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To enter into, or promise something by, a covenant
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