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bear false witness


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  • v. To give an untrue testimony. To lie


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  • He did not bear false witness - that was not in him - but - without any evidence of an admissible kind he pronounced himself guilty, of what? of inappreciation of her gifts and of want of commiseration with her in her sufferings, for that is what it all amounts to.

    New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle


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