Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of attest.

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Examples

  • Companies that meet United Parcel Service's new green standards for responsible packaging can ship their goods with a label attesting to that fact under an assessment program the carrier introduces today.

    GreenBiz.com Green Business News

  • Companies that meet United Parcel Service's new green standards for responsible packaging can ship their goods with a label attesting to that fact under an assessment program the carrier introduces today.

    GreenBiz.com Green Business News

  • Companies that meet United Parcel Service's new green standards for responsible packaging can ship their goods with a label attesting to that fact under an assessment program the carrier introduces today.

    GreenBiz.com Green Business News

  • Companies that meet United Parcel Service's new green standards for responsible packaging can ship their goods with a label attesting to that fact under an assessment program the carrier introduces today.

    GreenBiz.com Green Business News

  • In effect, by joining with manufacturers in attesting to the safety of products, government agencies assume some of the responsibility for any product failures – and therefore seek to resist claims rather than help sufferers.

    Stupidity has prevailed

  • For example, staff members were inconsistent in attesting to when an item had last been seen.

    Letters to the Editor

  • For example, staff members were inconsistent in attesting to when an item had last been seen.

    Letters to the Editor

  • Randolph that "a rose of his chaplet was fallen," the phrase attesting the King's love of chivalrous romance.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 07

  • Christ, in attesting, or bearing witness to this truth, attested the truth of the whole of

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • There was only a faint hardness—or maybe it was tension—in her facial expression attesting to her years of disillusionment.

    Smoke, Mirrors, and Murder

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