testify[ tes-tuh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF testify
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TESTIFY
I am delighted to testify to these things, because I had formerly been a scoffer.
Your transgression will be forgiven you since you have confessed and testify your horror for it.
I am hardly myself yet, however, as this handwriting will testify.
They testify all too surely that judgment needs no miracle here.
I know we passed somethin' then, though just what I ain't competent to testify.
Master Pitt will testify—he that is himself a traitor self-confessed.
My woman Catherine, whom I have with me, can testify to part.
"No one will have the chance to testify if I plead guilty," said Dic.
These customs that arose in the reign of Cyrus continue to our time, as we can testify.
Brown lived to be seen by me, and I can testify that he had played his part to the last.