Thesaurus / avow

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The Declaration, as might be expected where the Government could not avow its real motives, was a somewhat pitiful document.
For my part, I deem it better to approach the question and settle it at once, and avow it openly.
He handed the driver a subsidy which caused the man to avow his willingness to wait till morning if necessary.
At this moment I announce and avow myself a true and convinced Socialist.
THE SOCIALISTCYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
What Mr. Froude expressed other people felt, though perhaps they would not have cared to avow it so honestly.
SEEING AND HEARINGGEORGE W. E. RUSSELL
The orator does not hesitate to avow that he would turn to them if they could save France.
She permitted herself to love, and to avow her love; but at this limit she stopped, and was immoveable.
WIELAND; OR THE TRANSFORMATIONCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
Let me be honest and avow, that the position I enjoyed had its peculiar flattery.
And how avow the reason—that reason that would humble her to the dust?
As it was, I found it impossible to avow the one without the other.

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