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allege to assert in the absence of positive proof. [1/3 definitions]
aver to assert to be true; affirm.
avow to assert or affirm. [1/2 definitions]
brag to assert in a boastful manner. [1/5 definitions]
claim to assert ownership; demand as one's right. [2/8 definitions]
contend to assert in argument; state forcefully. [1/4 definitions]
contradict to assert the opposite of; deny the truth of. [1/4 definitions]
dogmatize to formulate or assert as dogma. [1/2 definitions]
equation in mathematics, a statement using an equal sign to assert the equality of two quantities or expressions. [1/4 definitions]
hypothesize to assert as a hypothesis; assume; theorize. [1/2 definitions]
maintain to declare; assert. [1/4 definitions]
meek unable or unwilling to assert oneself; lacking spirit; submissive; retiring. [1/2 definitions]
overassert combined form of assert.
plead to assert or allege (one's innocence or guilt) in response to a specific charge in a court of law. [1/5 definitions]
postulate to assert as something true, esp. as a basis for reasoning. [1/7 definitions]
predicate to declare or assert, often as a belief. [1/7 definitions]
profess to assert belief in. [1/7 definitions]
purport to assert or allege, esp. falsely. [1/3 definitions]
reassert combined form of assert.
resist to assert oneself in opposition. [1/4 definitions]
rumor to tell or assert without verification; spread by rumor. [1/2 definitions]