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testify
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Emma
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  • Harriet bore the intelligence very well—blaming nobody—and in every thing testifying such an ingenuousness of disposition and lowly opinion of herself, as must appear with particular advantage at that moment to her friend.
  • You may say what you chuse—but your countenance testifies that your thoughts on this subject are very much like mine.
  • She wanted to be of use to her; wanted to shew a value for her society, and testify respect and consideration.

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  • She testified against the robber.
  • She will testify to the value of our product.

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