aver[ uh-vur ]SEE DEFINITION OF aver
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AVER
But I'll have to be doing as the doctor was saying—sending you to England aver.
But doth he aver that his people were used to plant fish with the corn?
It would hardly be correct to aver that I had got it even partly.
He may have the heart of a hero along with it; I aver nothing to the contrary.
I aver that the term is not at all applicable to the religious denominations in this country.
Unless she was prepared to aver that there had been no breakdown, what was there to build on here?
"And I aver it is an open and avowed doubting of God's providence," chimed in the cook.
There will be they who aver that truth is great and should be allowed to prevail.
How could she aver that she did not mean to marry Mr. Ratcliffe?
I am not apt to be confident, & I aver that the matter is so.