Assert [verb]

Definition of Assert:

insist, declare, maintain

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Sentence/Example of Assert:

Even as her business grows — Elli’s Kosher Kitchen just became the first business to receive kosher certification from the city of Abu Dhabi — Kriel continues to assert her creativity and attention to detail in the kitchen.

It comes just a week after the Ethiopian House of Federation declared the election as “null and void”, asserting that the poll was unconstitutional.

In response to ProPublica’s 2018 reporting, IBM asserted that cases like Miyoshi’s were one-offs and didn’t represent a company practice.

“Definitely, this is not the death of cities,” Chesky asserts.

Kennedy, thanking supporters, said he called Markey to concede, telling him he’s a “good man” and asserting “you have never heard me say otherwise,” according to the New York Times.

In fact, he said it’s meant to keep them “from knowing and asserting their rights, including their right to vote.”

It asserts that if you cover a two-dimensional space with two-dimensional square tiles, at least two of the tiles must share an edge.

This means that women have disproportionately fewer opportunities to assert their influence on contemporary economic thought.

The free-energy principle asserts that any self-organizing system will look as if it generates predictions about its environment and seeks to minimize the error of those predictions.

The well-worn aphorism of the Frenchman, “History repeats itself,” was about to assert itself.