declare solemnly


declare solemnly
index affirm (declare solemnly), swear

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • declare — ► VERB 1) announce solemnly or officially. 2) (declare oneself) reveal one s intentions or identity. 3) (declared) having admitted that one is the specified thing: a declared atheist. 4) acknowledge possession of (income or goods on which tax or… …   English terms dictionary

  • declare — verb ADVERB ▪ virtually ▪ He has virtually declared war on his own party. ▪ immediately, promptly ▪ Martial law was immediately declared. ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • declare — verb 1》 announce solemnly or officially; make clearly known.     ↘(declare for/against) Brit. openly support or oppose.     ↘announce oneself as a candidate for an election.     ↘announce that one holds (certain combinations of cards) in a card… …   English new terms dictionary

  • solemnly — adv. Solemnly is used with these verbs: ↑declare, ↑nod, ↑promise, ↑say, ↑swear …   Collocations dictionary

  • declare — To make known, manifest, or clear. To signify, to show in any manner either by words or acts. To publish; to utter; to announce clearly some opinion or resolution. To solemnly assert a fact before witnesses, e.g., where a testator declares a… …   Black's law dictionary

  • declare — To make known, manifest, or clear. To signify, to show in any manner either by words or acts. To publish; to utter; to announce clearly some opinion or resolution. To solemnly assert a fact before witnesses, e.g., where a testator declares a… …   Black's law dictionary

  • I hereby solemnly declare — I formally announce (used on formal occasions) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • attest — at·test /ə test/ vb [Latin attestari, from ad to + testari to call to witness, from testis witness] vt: to bear witness to: affirm to be true or genuine; specif: to authenticate (as a will) by signing as a witness vi: to bear witness: testify… …   Law dictionary

  • affirm — af·firm /ə fərm/ vt 1: to assert as true or factual 2: to assert (as a judgment) as valid or confirmed affirm ed the lower court s ruling compare remand, reverse …   Law dictionary

  • affirm — /əˈfɜm / (say uh ferm) verb (t) 1. to state or assert positively; maintain as true: to affirm one s loyalty to one s country. 2. to establish, confirm, or ratify: the appellate court affirmed the judgement of the lower court. 3. Logic to state in …   Australian English dictionary


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