swear

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Synonyms for swear

curse

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vow

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swear by something

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Synonyms for swear

to guarantee by a solemn promise

to use profane or obscene language

to give evidence or testimony under oath

swear off: to cease trying to accomplish or continue

Synonyms for swear

to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true

promise solemnly

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make a deposition

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have confidence or faith in

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Bicknoll, Edmond, A Sword Against Swearers and Blasphemers (London, 1611), 30, 34, 39-41, 42, 35.
With Memoria e valore (Memory and Value), 2003, a turquoise shelving unit containing swearers embroidered with the titles of the artist's past exhibitions, Niederer fuses the personal and domestic with the professional.
35) The mayor argued that expropriation had become prohibitively expensive because unscrupulous speculators brought forth overpaid expert witnesses -- "a band of paid swearers,, (36) - who exaggerated property values, causing overruns to the preliminary financial arrangements anticipated by the council.
The reason they're allowing swearers to go uncharged is because they keep getting sued by compo-chasing firms when cases fail in court.
Swearers could face being dragged through the courts and may have to fork out a pounds 100 fine.
What we need is a TV control that can be programmed to silence the swearers.
He came across as well-informed and dispelled the myth that all Tourette's sufferers were swearers.