assert[ uh-surt ]SEE DEFINITION OF assert
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASSERT
They have begun so cruelly with me, that I have not spirit enough to assert my own negative.
More, he dared believe, and to assert boldly, that she loved him.
It was an insult to the divine powers to assert that they had taken the part of a race horse.
All admit or assert that the lance is in this warfare the better weapon.
But be your resolution what it will, do not by any means repeat to them, that you will not assert your right.
He could assert now, without fear of refutation, that Stryker had lied.
It has not even a single policeman to assert the majesty of the law.
The idea of daring to pretend to assert that you have eyes in your head, and yet ask me what's the matter!'
Do you mean to assert that it is not to Kanes energy and science that we owe his great discovery?
Will you assert that nothing strange can have to do with human affairs?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ASSERT
- come up with
- hit on
- hold out
- lay before
- lay on the line
- make a motion
- make a pitch
- move for
- put forward
- put to
- put up
- set forth
- speak one's piece