assertory

  • 1 Assertory — As*sert o*ry, a. [L. assertorius, fr. asserere.] Affirming; maintaining. [1913 Webster] Arguments . . . assertory, not probatory. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] An assertory, not a promissory, declaration. Bentham. [1913 Webster] A proposition is… …

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  • 2 assertory — index dogmatic Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 assertory — assertorily, adv. /euh serr teuh ree/, adj. stated positively; affirmative: an assertory proposition. [1610 20; ASSERT + ORY1] * * * …

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  • 4 assertory — adj. affirming, affirmatory; stated in a positive manner …

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  • 5 assertory — a. Declarative (either affirmatively or negatively), declaratory, maintaining, no longer problematic …

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  • 6 assertory — as·ser·to·ry …

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  • 7 assertory — /əˈsɜtəri/ (say uh sertuhree) adjective affirming; assertive …

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  • 8 assertory — əˈsərd.ərē also aˈ adjective : assertoric, assertive …

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  • 9 assertory oath — index affidavit, affirmance (legal affirmation), affirmation, averment Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 10 assertory covenant — /asertariy ksvansnt/ One which affirms that a particular state of facts exists; an affirming promise under seal. See affirmation jurat …

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  • 11 assertory covenant — /asertariy ksvansnt/ One which affirms that a particular state of facts exists; an affirming promise under seal. See affirmation jurat …

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  • 12 assertory covenants — Affirmative covenants …

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  • 13 assertory oath — An oath which asserts a statement of fact, as in an affidavit, in distinction to an oath which pledges future conduct, as in the oath of a public officer taken in assuming the office. 39 Am J1st Oath §4 …

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  • 14 Oaths — • An invocation to God to witness the truth of a statement Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Oaths     Oaths     † …

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  • 15 Modality — Mo*dal i*ty, n. [Cf. F. modalit[ e].] 1. The quality or state of being modal. [1913 Webster] 2. (Logic & Metaph.) A modal relation or quality; a mode or point of view under which an object presents itself to the mind. According to Kant, the… …

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  • 16 affidavit — af·fi·da·vit /ˌa fə dā vət/ n [Medieval Latin, he/she has pledged faith, third singular perfect of affidare see affiant]: a sworn statement in writing made esp. under oath or on affirmation before an authorized magistrate or officer compare… …

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  • 17 averment — I noun adjuration, adjurement, affirmance, affirmation, announcement, assertion, assertment, assertory oath, asseveration, attest, attestation, avouchment, avowal, confirmation, declaration, formulation, instrument in proof, positive declaration …

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  • 18 affirmation — I noun absolute assertion, acknowledgment, acquiescence, adfirmatio, adjurement, affirmance, approval, assertion, assertory oath, asseveration, attest, attestation, authentication, averment, avouchment, avowal, certification, confirmation,… …

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  • 19 affirmance — I (authentication) noun acknowledgment, assertion, assurance, attestation, certification, confirmation, countersignature, declaration, endorsement, establishment, predication, pronouncement, ratification, substantiation, validation, verification… …

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  • 20 dogmatic — I adjective absolute, arrogant, assertive, assertory, assured, authoritarian, authoritative, canonical, categorical, certain, confident, creedal, decided, definite, definitive, dictatorial, doctrinaire, doctrinal, domineering, emphatic, fanatical …

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