I verb acknowledge, admit, admit frankly, affirm, allege as a fact, articulate, assert, assert on oath, assert peremptorily, assert under oath, asseverate, attest, authenticate, aver, avouch, be bound, bear witness, certify, commit oneself, confess, confirm, conriteri, contend, declare, declare openly, declare positively, declare the truth of, depose, enunciate, express, fateri, formulate, maintain, make a statement, make an assertion, postulate, predicate, proclaim, profess, profiteri, pronounce, propound, protest, set down, speak, state, state as true, state with conviction, swear, take one's oath, testify, vouch, vow, witness associated concepts: affidavit, testimony II index acknowledge (declare), affirm (declare solemnly), agree (comply), assert, assurance, assure (insure), bear (adduce), betray (disclose), certify (attest), claim (maintain), confirm, contend (maintain), convey (communicate), declare, depose (testify), pledge (promise the performance of), posit, promise (vow), recognize (acknowledge), swear, testify, verify (swear), vow

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

To acknowledge openly.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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