swear (Meaning)

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swear (v)

utter obscenities or profanities

to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true

promise solemnly; take an oath

make a deposition; declare under oath

have faith or confidence in

swear Sentence Examples

  1. I swear on my life that I didn't steal anything.
  2. The witness swore under oath that he saw the defendant commit the crime.
  3. I wouldn't swear to it, but I'm almost certain I saw him there.
  4. He swore he would never betray his friend's trust.
  5. She swore a solemn vow to never harm a living creature.
  6. I swear that I'm telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
  7. The judge made the defendant swear to abide by the conditions of his release.
  8. The politician swore to uphold the Constitution and serve the people.
  9. I swear that I'll never let you down.
  10. The pastor swore the congregation would be blessed if they followed God's commandments.

FAQs About the word swear

utter obscenities or profanities, to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true, promise solemnly; take an oath, make a deposition; declare under oath, hav

cuss,curse, blaspheme, damn, rant,rail, fulminate, confound, execrate,revile

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I swear on my life that I didn't steal anything.

The witness swore under oath that he saw the defendant commit the crime.

I wouldn't swear to it, but I'm almost certain I saw him there.

He swore he would never betray his friend's trust.