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a lie or an assertion
Nail Nail, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Nailed; p. pr. & vb. n. Nailing.] [AS. n[ae]glian. See Nail, n.] 1. To fasten with a nail or nails; to close up or secure by means of nails; as, to nail boards to the beams. He is now dead, and nailed in his chest. --Chaucer. 2. To stud or boss with nails, or as with nails. The rivets of your arms were nailed with gold. --Dryden. 3. To fasten, as with a nail; to bind or hold, as to a bargain or to acquiescence in an argument or assertion; hence, to catch; to trap. When they came to talk of places in town, you saw at once how I nailed them. --Goldsmith. 4. To spike, as a cannon. [Obs.] --Crabb. To nail a lie or an assertion, etc., to detect and expose it, so as to put a stop to its currency; -- an expression probably derived from the former practice of shopkeepers, who were accustomed to nail bad or counterfeit pieces of money to the counter.
Asserter
Asserter As*sert"er, n. One who asserts; one who avers pr maintains; an assertor. The inflexible asserter of the rights of the church. --Milman.
Assertive
Assertive As*sert"ive, a. Positive; affirming confidently; affirmative; peremptory. In a confident and assertive form. --Glanvill. As*sert"ive*ly, adv. -- As*sert"ive*ness, n.
Assertively
Assertive As*sert"ive, a. Positive; affirming confidently; affirmative; peremptory. In a confident and assertive form. --Glanvill. As*sert"ive*ly, adv. -- As*sert"ive*ness, n.
Assertiveness
Assertive As*sert"ive, a. Positive; affirming confidently; affirmative; peremptory. In a confident and assertive form. --Glanvill. As*sert"ive*ly, adv. -- As*sert"ive*ness, n.
Assertorial
Assertorial As`ser*to"ri*al, a. Asserting that a thing is; -- opposed to problematical and apodeictical.
Assertory
Assertory As*sert"o*ry, a. [L. assertorius, fr. asserere.] Affirming; maintaining. Arguments . . . assertory, not probatory. --Jer. Taylor. An assertory, not a promissory, declaration. --Bentham. A proposition is assertory, when it enounces what is known as actual. --Sir W. Hamilton.
Reassert
Reassert Re`as*sert", v. t. To assert again or anew; to maintain after an omission to do so. Let us hope . . . we may have a body of authors who will reassert our claim to respectability in literature. --Walsh.
Reassertion
Reassertion Re`as*ser"tion, n. A second or renewed assertion of the same thing.
Self-assertive
Self-assertive Self`-as*sert"ive, a. Disposed to self-assertion; self-asserting.

Meaning of Assert from wikipedia

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- dismiss it. Hitchens has phrased the razor in writing as "What can be ****erted without evidence can also be dismissed without evidence." The concept,...
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- Transracial people are individuals who ****ert a racial identity for themselves which differs from their birth race. A well-known example of a self-identified...
- (Cambridge 1981) p. 50 Deborah J. Swiss, The Male Mind at Work (2001) p. 20 ****ert Yourself (A&C Black Publishers Ltd, London 2009) p. 8 Mark Mark Eisenstadt...
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