aver

Bring_forward vs Aver - What's the difference?

bring_forward | aver | Related terms |

Bring_forward is a related term of aver.


As a verb bring_forward

is (idiomatic) to call up for consideration.

As a noun aver is

ice-floe.

Aver vs Ratify - What's the difference?

aver | ratify | Related terms |

Aver is a related term of ratify.


As a noun aver

is ice-floe.

As a verb ratify is

to give formal consent to; make officially valid.

Obtest vs Aver - What's the difference?

obtest | aver | Related terms |

Obtest is a related term of aver.


As a verb obtest

is (archaic|ambitransitive) to implore, beseech, plead, beg.

As a noun aver is

ice-floe.

Aver vs Testify - What's the difference?

aver | testify | Related terms |

Aver is a related term of testify.


As a noun aver

is ice-floe.

As a verb testify is

to make a declaration, or give evidence, under oath.

Aver vs Vindicate - What's the difference?

aver | vindicate | Related terms |

Aver is a related term of vindicate.


As a noun aver

is ice-floe.

As a verb vindicate is

to clear from an accusation, suspicion or criticism.

Aver vs Deny - What's the difference?

aver | deny |


As a noun aver

is ice-floe.

As a verb deny is

to not allow.

Aver vs Adverse - What's the difference?

aver | adverse |


As a noun aver

is ice-floe.

As an adjective adverse is

unfavorable; antagonistic in purpose or effect; hostile; actively opposing one's interests or wishes; contrary to one's welfare; acting against; working in an opposing direction.

Depose vs Aver - What's the difference?

depose | aver |


As a verb depose

is .

As a noun aver is

ice-floe.

Aver vs Averse - What's the difference?

aver | averse |


As a noun aver

is ice-floe.

As an adjective averse is

having a repugnance or opposition of mind.

As a verb averse is

to turn away.

Aver vs Null - What's the difference?

aver | null |


As nouns the difference between aver and null

is that aver is ice-floe while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

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