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synonyms for asserts

  • affirm
  • allege
  • argue
  • cite
  • claim
  • contend
  • defend
  • press
  • proclaim
  • profess
  • say
  • stress
  • uphold
  • advance
  • attest
  • aver
  • avouch
  • avow
  • justify
  • predicate
  • pronounce
  • protest
  • state
  • swear
  • vindicate
  • warrant
  • asservate
  • butt in
  • horn in
  • mouth off
  • pop off
  • put forward
  • shoot off one's mouth
  • shoot one's wad
  • stand up for
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antonyms for asserts

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  • abandon
  • conceal
  • deny
  • desert
  • hide
  • leave
  • question
  • surrender
  • reject
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How to use asserts in a sentence

Of course not,” said Wilkins, “proverbial philosophy asserts and requires that doctors should disagree.
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The author of the life of St. Francis Xavier, asserts, that "by one sermon he converted ten thousand persons in a desert island."
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The Marshal, in his Memoirs, asserts that this short campaign was the severest strain he ever underwent.
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Yet he seems not to admit the function ascribed to it, and asserts that it is in many cases wanting.
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The same author asserts that saint-days took the place of the feasts of tabernacles.
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Reality, he asserts, is whatever it is 'experienced as being,' and it is normally experienced in other ways than by being known.
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There is no way (the hero of the sketch asserts) by which a man can break the eternal loneliness to which he is foredoomed.
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Westphal indeed asserts that both these forms are found in the Argive alphabet.
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He asserts that there are only three ways of dealing with this fierce spirit of liberty.
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All that true poets or wise moralists have taught of the rural home, asserts its power over the memory.
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