- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of testify.
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“This is a piece of unalloyed trash, a libel hatched by a low type of woman whose refusal to publish under her true name testifies to the evil of her intentions.”
“Of these rare poetical pieces four are unnoticed by Lowndes; five of them are published anonymously; but their similarity to those with an author's name testifies the source from which the others emanated.”
“This word testifies to a type of godly life that was deeply sincere.”
“Every word testifies that they were indited by a writer of puissant individuality, disengaged from the shackles of conventional homiletics, and boldly striking out on untrodden paths.”
“The complaint alleges, the only record offered proves, the only witness called testifies to, an escape from Richmond on the twenty-fourth day of March last.”
“Thine own word testifies that 'every creature of God is good, and nothing is to be refused if it be received with thanksgiving, for it is sanctified by the word of God and prayer.”
“Morel Adjustments, on West 54th Street, whose very name testifies to the precise, incremental nature of his art.”
“Where we would say "testifies," the ancients in epistolary communications use the past tense.”
“So any adverse action taken against somebody who 'testifies' will give rise to a retaliation claim if the adverse action occurs relatively soon after the investigation.”
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