testify

Part of speech: noun

TESTIFIER.

Part of speech: verb

To declare on oath or affirmation; make known.

Part of speech: verb

To give legal testimony; serve as evidence.

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Usage examples "testify":

  1. We testify on our conscience and fortune, that he is the breed concerning which the prophet said, 'the true runners, when they run, strike fire; they grant prosperity until the day of judgment. - "Anecdotes of the Habits and Instinct of Animals", R. Lee.
  2. You know I must go to Chester in a few days, and must wait till I'm called to testify. - "The Story Of Kennett", Bayard Taylor.
  3. They might even let it come to a trial and testify against us. - "The City of Fire", Grace Livingston Hill.