deponent[ dih-poh-nuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF deponent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPONENT
Where they belong in the absence of these, deponent sayeth not.
The deponent was there and was wounded, as were both the women.
To the Seventh Interrogatory this deponent saith559 that he knows that Capn.
Haddon was sailed from thence before this Deponent arrived there.
That he this Deponent was sole Owner of said Schooner at that time.
Does not the law require that every accuser or deponent should have been a witness of the crime?
Many other Pranks of this Bishop's this Deponent was ready to testify.
That deponent is informed, and believes that the said clerk's name is John Hallet.
Farther than that, this deponent saith not, and will not say.
Accordingly he did so, which writing is in possession of the deponent.