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testify
used in Great Expectations

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Definition
provide evidence of something — especially to say something under oath in a court of law
  • There may be black ingratitude in the thing, and the punishment may be retributive and well deserved; but that it is a miserable thing, I can testify.
    Chapter 14 (5% in)
  • Conscience is a dreadful thing when it accuses man or boy; but when, in the case of a boy, that secret burden co-operates with another secret burden down the leg of his trousers, it is (as I can testify) a great punishment.
    Chapter 2 (59% in)
  • At last, the old woman and the niece came in,—the latter with a head not easily distinguishable from her dusty broom,—and testified surprise at sight of me and the fire.
    Chapter 40 (20% in)

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