Assertions [noun]

Definition of Assertions:

declaration, positive statement

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Sentence/Example of Assertions:

This is an implausible assertion and would have meant BarrierFree went from serving zero people to nearly 20 percent of the US population in just six months.

The FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast crew discusses why there is not yet evidence to back up these assertions.

After her former employer faxed paperwork that showed her last day of work, the agency asked for a notarized form confirming her assertion that she was unemployed.

The disputed subpoenas have been met with “various unfounded and overbroad privilege assertions,” according to the court filing.

Others made similar assertions, all of which were subsequently dismissed by virologists as baseless.

When the oath is given to confirm an assertion, it is sworn in confirmation of a covenant with God.

A female yell issued from the alley as he came up, and Mrs Rampy suddenly appeared in a state of violent self-assertion.

Should the alliance between the two professions be questioned, the following case will justify our assertion.

When a man talks about "spiritual discernment," he makes a tacit assertion which ought not to be allowed to pass unchallenged.

There is no ground for the assertion that a spiritual faculty exists apart from the reason.