Definition of Asseverative. Meaning of Asseverative. Synonyms of Asseverative

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Definition of Asseverative

Asseverative
Asseverative As*sev"er*a*tive, a. Characterized by asseveration; asserting positively.

Meaning of Asseverative from wikipedia

- face to face, realize, experience, attain'. A sacca-kiriya is a solemn ****everation with regard to the truth, expressed as a ritualized speech act. It is...
- attributed to "a Person of Honour... told with such cir****stances, and such ****everation, that... I verily believe he that told it to me, did himself believe...
- or syncope. It is possible that al- comes from the same root as the ****everative-****-precative particle, لـَ la-; it is the la- used at the beginning...
- ourselves with integrity. If I did mistrust you I would not use such ****everations. I think it doth go on mistrust, and things are thought too readily...
- propounded in the 1960s (in Lewis 1967), is that the Ketiv text is an ****everative particle, connected to the following phrase and thus as a whole translated...
- effective spiritual power to heal, or protect, of the Sacca-kiriyā, or ****everation of something quite true is an aspect of the work ascribed to the paritta...
- did things better. As Gellately relates, such a politically oriented ****everation certainly indicates Müller did indeed have preferences. He was notorious...
- party to the effect that Charles had legally married Lucy Walter. It was ****everated in course of time that the contract of marriage was preserved in a black...
- director to Lev Kuleshov. In 1924, he married Anna Zemtsova. Pudovkin ****everated that his wife encouraged him for pursuing a career as a filmmaker. His...
- in the effective power to heal, or protect, of the sacca-kiriya, or ****everation of something quite true is an aspect of the work ascribed to the paritta...