Synonyms of 'swear'
to use words considered obscene or blasphemousIt is wrong to swear and shout.
to give evidence on oath in a law courtAlan swore that he would do everything in his power to help us.
She vowed that some day she would return to live in France.
They promised they would deliver it on Friday.
take an oath,
The ship owner must warrant that his vessel is seaworthy.
Several eye witnesses testified that they had seen the fight.
Records attest to his long history of violence.
a public statement avowing neutrality
give your word,
state under oath,
See swear by something
See swear someone in
Swear not by the moon, the inconstant moon – Romeo and Juliet]As he knew not what to say, he swore – The Island]
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in the sense of affirm
to declare to be true
`The place is a dump,' she affirmed.
in the sense of assert
to state or declare
We assert that the bill violates the First Amendment.
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Thesaurus for swear from the Collins English Thesaurus