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account a statement of the causes or reasons behind some action, event, or phenomenon. [1/16 definitions]
accusation a statement declaring another person guilty of crime, misdeed, or error. [1/2 definitions]
affidavit a written statement that is sworn in the presence of an authorized official to be true, used as legal evidence.
affirmative a statement indicating agreement. [1/4 definitions]
ambiguity an ambiguous statement, word, expression, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
amen thus it is; may it be so (used at the end of a prayer or statement to express agreement or approval). [1/3 definitions]
amplification something that enlarges a statement, plan, idea, or the like. [2/4 definitions]
analogy a statement of logic wherein one set of paired items has the same relationship between its two members as two items of another set. [1/5 definitions]
announcement a public or formal notice, statement, or request. [1/3 definitions]
aphorism a terse, sometimes witty statement of a general truth or observation; adage.
assertion a declaration or statement, often without support or proof. [1/2 definitions]
audacity a statement, action, or the like, that exhibits such courage or impudence. [1/3 definitions]
axiom in mathematics, a statement, often one regarded as obvious, that is accepted without proof as a basis for proving other statements; postulate. [1/2 definitions]
balance sheet a financial statement of an individual's or business's assets and liabilities on a given date.
bank statement a document that shows all the transactions that have occurred during a specific period of time in a bank account, esp. a periodic statement compiled by a bank for an account holder.
benefit of the doubt acceptance of a statement or belief as true in the absence of contrary proof.
bill1 a written statement listing items or services and their cost. [3/7 definitions]
bill of rights (cap.) such a statement enacted by the British Parliament in 1689. [1/3 definitions]
bottom line (informal) the final figure or lowest line in a financial statement, showing net profit or loss. [1/2 definitions]
brag an excessively proud or boastful statement. [1/5 definitions]
brief a short, concise synopsis or statement. [1/8 definitions]