more asserted[ uh-sur-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF more asserted
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But as the time went on, and habit more and more asserted its sway, they had been less and less frequent.
For a time the sound of his own voice—low, monotonous,—arrested his attention; then his thoughts once more asserted themselves.
He had always hated any unnecessary reserve and ceremony, and by degrees his natural gaiety once more asserted itself.
Returning home, Babylonia was found to be in a state of insubordination, having once more asserted her independence.
The second doctrine is not more asserted in the law than it is justified by experience.
Blunders there must be in the best of these narratives, and more asserted than they can possibly know or vouch for.
After centuries of seclusion, the Jewish spirit once more asserted itself, and enjoyed a period of efflorescence.
The principle was once more asserted that Congress had full power to prevent slavery in the territories.