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Synonyms for testify

give evidence

Synonyms

testify to something

Synonyms for testify

to give evidence or testimony under oath

to confirm formally as true, accurate, or genuine

to give grounds for believing in the existence or presence of

Synonyms for testify

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Your Honor, as I have testified, I did not strike a blow.
I asked Peter Donnelly, one of the foremen who had testified at the trial.
When you testified at the trial, you didn't point out that Jackson received his accident through trying to save the machinery from damage?
I testified to the effect that Jackson injured himself by neglect and carelessness, and that the company was not in any way to blame or liable.
I was explaining why I testified at the trial the way I did--why I followed instructions.
Many men were moved, and many women's com- passion testified itself in tears.
The Grand Master was a man advanced in age, as was testified by his long grey beard, and the shaggy grey eyebrows overhanging eyes, of which, however, years had been unable to quench the fire.
He would sit on a chair in the corner of the room and have me sit on his lap with my thighs around him,'' the young woman, now 18, testified Tuesday in San Fernando Superior Court.
Weldon, who testified at the Senate hearing, was clearly upset.
Laura East, a Metairie, Louisiana, practitioner, testified as an investigative accountant for the prosecution to prove Edwards spent $742,310 more than he report ed receiving from 1994 to 1996.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman William Donaldson testified and committee chairman Senator Richard Shelby (R-Ala.
Lustgarten testified in the absence of any corroborating evidence and in spite of evidence to the contrary that a physician falsified medical records to protect his associate," according to the board's complaint.
Stephen Spinola, president of the Real Estate Board of New York, testified along with several city officials.
The complaint most often testified to by voters, and family members and others in their presence, was that they were denied their right to vote because they "were not on the rolls"--even though some had with them their voter registration cards and identification showing their names and addresses.
The star witness in the case against Volkswagen was a self-proclaimed automobile design expert named Byron Bloch, who testified that the Volkswagen seat was "a unique aberration in design .