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I swear, if he pees on another bush during a family walk, I just might lose it.

Letlow, a 41-year-old congressman-elect from Louisiana, died after contracting covid-19 late last year, days before he was scheduled to be sworn in as a member of Congress.

He swears he can see his influence on Leftwich on the field.

The officer did not charge either man, but later that day Karau went before a Fairfax County magistrate and swore out a misdemeanor assault charge against Chastain.

Among the possibilities raised were adding sworn police officers who could make arrests, ambassadors who could help riders navigate the system rather than write tickets and homeless outreach workers.

Nine new Republican senators will swear their oaths of office.

Or should you swear it off in the name of better cholesterol?

Opposing fans often taunt him, screaming, “Swear in a minute, he's going to swear in a minute.”

I swear we all went into this because we like people and most importantly the idea of healing you is very rewarding.

It just shocked me, I swear I would have a chauffeur if I could ever afford one.

Three hours ago you had never seen me, and now you swear my indifference will kill you.

I swear (and he did swear hard enough, if an oath could do it, to satisfy any man) I've had nothing to do with it.

To swear by his name is not to do sacrifice; and is therefore to perform another part of his worship.

The men said unto her, we will be blameless of this thine oath which thou hast made us swear.

To swear in suitable circumstances is the duty of all; but it is the privilege of those only who are in covenant with God.


On this page you'll find 85 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to swear, such as: affirm, assert, depose, testify, vow, and attest.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.