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Definitionprovide evidence of something — especially to say something under oath in a court of law
- They saw no reason why the girl should mind testifying publicly.4.42 (3% in)
- The Klan had acted to save the as yet unnamed victim from having to testify in open court.4.42 (2% in)
- There are a dozen Yankee soldiers who can testify to that.4.45 (90% in)
- We gave her a list of the men who were out tonight and she and her girls will testify that they were all in her house tonight.4.45 (96% in)
There are no more uses of "testify" in Gone with the Wind.
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