Thesaurus / asserts


He asserts, and no doubt with perfect truth, that these were unfounded.

Historic OdditiesSabine Baring-Gould

A more recent writer, Dr. Bernard Hollander, asserts that epileptics are "highly religious."

Religion & SexChapman Cohen

Against these views he asserts man's free agency and moral dignity.

National judges have "no interest in the government or laws of any state but that of which they are citizens," asserts Sidney.

Thus he asserts his own infinite worth; he is certain to reach home at last and accomplish the grand Return.

Homer's OdysseyDenton J. Snider

Southern Democracy, asserts universal right of slave-holding, 186.

The Negro and the NationGeorge S. Merriam

The work was published anonymously, and he only asserts that he had "never lent his name to recommend any miscellanies."

There is even epicurean asceticism, which asserts that beer and skittles are alone satisfying.

Twelve TypesG.K. Chesterton

The Agnostic is one who asserts—what no one denies—that there are limits to human intelligence.

Theism or AtheismChapman Cohen

A declarative sentence declares or asserts something as a fact.


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