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Avower vs. Avow

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Avowernoun

A person who avows

Avowverb

(transitive) To declare openly and boldly, as something believed to be right; to own, acknowledge or confess frankly.

Avowernoun

One who avows or asserts.

Avowverb

(transitive) To bind or devote by a vow.

Avowernoun

someone who admits or acknowledges openly and boldly

Avowverb

(legal) To acknowledge and justify, as an act done. See avowry.

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Avowernoun

someone who claims to speak the truth;

‘a bold asserter’; ‘a declarer of his intentions’; ‘affirmers of traditional doctrine’; ‘an asseverator of strong convictions’; ‘an avower of his own great intelligence’;

Avownoun

(obsolete) avowal

Avowverb

To declare openly, as something believed to be right; to own or acknowledge frankly; as, a man avows his principles or his crimes.

‘Which I to be the of Israel's GodAvow, and challenge Dagon to the test.’;

Avowverb

To acknowledge and justify, as an act done. See Avowry.

Avowverb

To bind, or to devote, by a vow.

Avownoun

Avowal.

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Avownoun

A vow or determination.

Avowverb

to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true;

‘Before God I swear I am innocent’;

Avowverb

admit openly and bluntly; make no bones about

Avowverb

assert or confess openly

‘he avowed his change of faith’; ‘he avowed that he had voted Labour in every election’;

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