attest

[ uh-test ]SEE DEFINITION OF attest

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Nor is there any year of his life when his work does not attest a clear eye and a firm hand.

And thus it long remained, as if to attest the true level of Holbein's genius.

But come, let us attest the gods; for they will be the best witnesses and observers of agreements.

The sympathy was largely genuine, as Hartley could attest, but it bored the invalid.

All attest that in Dreamland there is no such thing as repose.

I cannot attest to your Majesty what I have not seen, but the above is his reputation here.

And that the 'Alligonians are a kind and good people, abundant in hospitality, let me attest.

How blessed a privilege the right to find is, boys who have enjoyed it will attest.

Afterwards they know it, and attest the verity of the prediction.

Being but a boy, records do not attest his presence or position.

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