- v provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes
His high fever attested to his illness
- v authenticate, affirm to be true, genuine, or correct, as in an official capacity
- v give testimony in a court of law
- v establish or verify the usage of
This word is not attested until 1993
- s established as genuine
- Finally, after a parade of witnesses attested to his mother's less than perfect parenting, it was Gregory's small clear voice declaring "I'm doing it for me, so I can be happy .
- And in a June report to the House Commerce Committee investigating violations of federal bribery laws in Olympic bids, Payne and former Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young attested to only .
- As attested by the popularity of speed-reading courses, many people think that reading better means simply reading faster.
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- ESL to Go taking English classes to Nashville's refugees
To get volunteer with ESL to Go or to learn more, visit ESLtoGo.org or email ESLtoGO@TFLI.org. Gatluakk Thach, a former refugee and child soldier in southern Sudan, attested to the enormous struggle of getting to English classes.
June 23, 2013 - Ashland City Times
- John C. Wells in Independent Online
John Wells, Professor of Phonetics at the University of London, said: "This phenomena is well attested in birds. You find distinct chirping accents in the same species around the country. This could also be true of cows. In small populations such as...
- Stephane Dion in 570 News
I've defended the unity of Canada while refusing to diminish provincial autonomy,Dion wrote. "As a minister, I was an ardent defender of provincial jurisdictions. Many of my cabinet colleagues have attested to that."
- Gary A. Grappo in Christian Science Monitor
US, the UN and many other organizations which sent observers to the elections:all attested to an election that was free of widespread systemic fraud,Gary Grappo, former ambassador to Oman and current political counselor to the US Embassy in...