Antonyms for averring

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This he at first declined to do, averring that it was impossible to be elected.

Averring that, in satisfaction of all tithes the customary annual sum of 20s.

All agree in averring that the souls of men, after death, pass into other bodies.

I think he is under a mistake in averring that there is any severity in the sheath spur.

What if they did unite, afterward, in averring that the break had been planned by Winwood?

Averring that the problem was national in scope, he asserted the constitutional authority of Congress to solve it.

He promised him safe-conduct, averring that he had other means of gaining fame than by killing a man like him.

This the secessionist identified; averring that there were also a dozen more, besides several chickens, for which redress was due.

I have Hickman's letter, in his own handwriting, averring his readiness to release the mortgage at any day.

But Mme Lerat, his own sister, shook her head doubtfully, averring that she was not so sure of his ignorance.