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testify
used in Education of Little Tree

5 uses
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Definition
provide evidence of something — especially to say something under oath in a court of law
  • ...when folks would stand up, as they felt the Lord called on them, and testify as to their sins and...
    5. "I Kin Ye, Bonnie Bee" (84% in)
testify = make a statement as evidence
  • One Sunday it was testifying time, when folks would stand up, as they felt the Lord called on them, and testify as to their sins and how much they loved the Lord.
    5. "I Kin Ye, Bonnie Bee" (83% in)
  • Granpa said at this testifying time, " 'Coon Jack stood up and said, 'I hear tell they's some in here been talking about me behind my back.
    5. "I Kin Ye, Bonnie Bee" (84% in)
  • Once a month there was testifying time.
    16. Church-going (47% in)
  • Granpa said these was women who was wanting to know about their own menfolks, and they figgered if they showed how comforting it was to talk and how good you got treated by talking, they could git some more fornicatin' women to testify.
    16. Church-going (64% in)

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