bear witness to

  • 1 bear witness — I verb acknowledge, attest, authenticate, avouch, avow, certify, corroborate, give evidence, inform on, promise, seal, sell out, speak, substantiate, swear, take the stand, tell on, testify, turn informer, turn state s evidence, vouch, witness… …

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  • 2 bear witness to — bear testimony/witness to (something) formal if something bears testimony to a fact, it proves that it is true. The numerous awards on his walls bear witness to his great success …

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  • 3 bear witness to — (something) to show by your existence that something is true. The survivors of this disaster bear witness to a terrible event we would like to forget …

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  • 4 bear witness to — bear testimony to the majestic windows bear witness to the architect s fascination with natural light his diary bears witness to his lifelong struggle with depression Syn: testify to, confirm, be evidence of, be proof of, attest to, evidence,… …

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  • 5 bear witness to — bear witness (or testimony) to testify to little is left to bear witness to the past greatness of the city …

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  • 6 bear witness to — ► bear witness (or testimony) to testify to. Main Entry: ↑bear …

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  • 7 bear witness to — index attest, certify (attest), depose (testify), evidence Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 8 bear witness — [v] vouch for attest, confirm, corroborate, demonstrate, depose, evidence, evince, prove, show, testify, testify to; concepts 49,71,317 …

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  • 9 bear witness — verb 1. provide evidence for (Freq. 1) The blood test showed that he was the father Her behavior testified to her incompetence • Syn: ↑testify, ↑prove, ↑evidence, ↑show • …

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  • 10 bear witness — verb a) To deliver a testimony, especially as witness He hesitated to bear witness against them in court for fear of reprisals by the fellons accomplices b) To prove, demonstrate The dubious state of the whole society bears witness of years of… …

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  • 11 bear witness — Synonyms and related words: acknowledge, affirm, allege, asseverate, attest, aver, avouch, avow, certify, depone, depose, disclose, give evidence, swear, testify, vouch, warrant, witness …

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  • 12 bear witness — give testimony, act as a witness in a trial …

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  • 13 bear witness — formal 1) to show signs that prove that something happened or was true This landscape bears silent witness to one of the greatest tragedies in history. 2) to speak or write about what you have seen, especially as evidence that something is true …

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  • 14 bear witness — Testify, depose, state, affirm, declare, aver, avow, say, swear …

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  • 15 bear witness to something — formal phrase to show that something exists or existed Bristol’s grand buildings bear witness to the city’s magnificent past. Thesaurus: to show or agree that something is truesynonym Main entry: witness …

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  • 16 bear witness to something — bear testimony/witness to (something) formal if something bears testimony to a fact, it proves that it is true. The numerous awards on his walls bear witness to his great success …

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  • 17 bear witness to something — bear witness to (something) to show by your existence that something is true. The survivors of this disaster bear witness to a terrible event we would like to forget …

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  • 18 bear witness (or testimony) to — testify to. → bear …

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  • 19 bear witness against — index betray (disclose), denounce (inform against), inform (betray) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 20 bear witness to something — formal to show that something exists or existed Bristol s grand buildings bear witness to the city s magnificent past …

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