- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of attest.
“Options, as the etymology of the term attests, are actions the agent wishes to do, actions that seem good and worthy of choice to him.”
“As the title attests, Brzezinski's book is a memoir about her struggle to maintain family, marriage, career, and self-respect while negotiating the stormy straits of the TV world.”
“Doña Marina went with them, mounted behind Cortes, which again attests to her courage and the high esteem in which she was held.”
“Suddenly the radio loudspeaker in the plane's cockpit crackles, and a rapid burst of Mandarin Chinese attests that the men on the rig have taken notice of the visitor.”
“Formerly the monarch ruled, as the derivation of the word attests, and as many subjects have had occasion to learn.”
“Human experience in the simplest and widest sense of the word attests it.”
“[213: 8] It is obvious that the Lord's day is not included in this compromise; for from the morning of the resurrection there appears to have been no dispute as to its claims, and its very title attests the general recognition of its authority.”
“CADIS stands for "Compact Adaptive Installation System," and as the name attests, these speakers were designed to make installation worry-free.”
“BTW, if your alias attests to a tradition of stomping Islam on the Western periphery, they were my ancestors who stomped it on the Eastern one.”
“The Rabbis describe Shelomith daughter of Dibri as being good-looking, and her name attests that she was perfect (shelemah) and flawless (Tanhuma, Shemot, para.”
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