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synonyms for claimed

  • allege
  • ask
  • assert
  • believe
  • call for
  • challenge
  • collect
  • declare
  • defend
  • hold
  • insist
  • need
  • take
  • adduce
  • advance
  • exact
  • hit
  • justify
  • knock
  • postulate
  • pretend
  • profess
  • pronounce
  • require
  • requisition
  • solicit
  • uphold
  • vindicate
  • have dibs on something
  • hit up
  • hold out for
  • lay claim to
  • pick up
  • pop the question
  • stake out
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antonyms for claimed

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  • abandon
  • answer
  • deny
  • desert
  • disbelieve
  • forsake
  • give
  • quit
  • reject
  • repudiate
  • stop
  • conceal
  • hide
  • disclaim
  • question
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How to use claimed in a sentence

Part of the challenge is a seeming disconnect between the claim that “schools aren’t superspreaders” and the objective fact that some people tested at schools are found to have covid-19.
SCHOOLS ARE NOT SPREADING COVID-19. THIS NEW DATA EXPLAINS WHY.EMILY OSTERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Yet significant though the fire’s impact was, the Battle of Actium a century earlier, and mentioned by Barrett, perhaps has greater claims as a classical watershed.
WHAT WAS NERO REALLY DOING WHILE ROME BURNED?DIANA PRESTONNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Unemployment insurance claims rose last week for the first time since early October.
TREASURY SECRETARY MNUCHIN CUTS OFF SEVERAL FEDERAL RESERVE EMERGENCY AID PROGRAMS, SPARKING UNUSUAL REBUKE FROM FEDRACHEL SIEGEL, JEFF STEINNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Later, Fox News reporter Kristin Fisher called the news conference “colorful” and “light on facts,” noting that several of Giuliani’s more outlandish claims were simply not true.
RUDY GIULIANI FLOATED ‘DANGEROUS’ AND INCENDIARY FALSE CLAIMS OF ELECTION CONSPIRACY — AND FOX NEWS BROADCAST IT LIVEPAUL FARHI, ELAHE IZADINOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Her claims about widespread unwanted sterilizations quickly came under scrutiny.
CONGRESSIONAL DEMS SAY WOMEN IN ICE CUSTODY WHO BLEW WHISTLE ON GYNECOLOGIST SHOULD BE ABLE TO APPLY FOR SPECIAL VISASTEO ARMUSNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The number of new claims has fallen from peaks in the spring but remains historically high.
UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS RISE AS PANDEMIC SHUTDOWNS INCREASE NATIONWIDEELI ROSENBERGNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Your husband’s expression of pleasure at having been wrong will strengthen his claim to incompetence next time.
MISS MANNERS: FAMILY VISIT BECOMES ONE BIG PROJECTJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
As it has been since he started making accusations years ago, the president’s claims about election fraud are utterly empty.
HOW ELECTION RESULTS GET CERTIFIEDPATRICK HOWELL ONEILLNOVEMBER 17, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Research building over the last decade or so has supported the claim that some bacteria may indeed be metabolically active within their hazy abodes.
50 YEARS AGO, SCIENTISTS SUSPECTED MICROBES FLOURISHED IN CLOUDSCASSIE MARTINNOVEMBER 13, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Dozens of false claims shared on social media have kept fact-checkers busy and partisans energized.
AMERICANS WERE PRIMED TO BELIEVE THE CURRENT ONSLAUGHT OF DISINFORMATIONKALEIGH ROGERSNOVEMBER 12, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
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WORDS RELATED TO CLAIMED

  • accused
  • charged
  • claimed
  • likely
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