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bear witness

verb acknowledge, attest, authenticate, avouch, avow, certify, corroborate, give evidence, inform on, promise, seal, sell out, speak, substantiate, swear, take the stand, tell on, testify, turn informer, turn state's evidence, vouch, witness
Associated concepts: bear witness to a crime, bear witness to an accident, bear witness to an incident
See also: acknowledge, attest, avouch, avow, certify, corroborate, declare, notarize, promise, seal, speak, substantiate, swear, testify, vouch, vow, witness
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When we bear witness to the lived experience of another and agree to connect, it seems to me that we make space for core human emotions to be expressed.
I bear witness that Mohammed is the messenger of Allah (said two times)
While we know that we have made great strides in the development of treatments for HIV disease, we also bear witness to a modern-day plague that has distinguished itself from any plague past or present.
The essays herein were invited of people who played vital roles in the evolution of environmental health and who can bear witness to Dr.
They bear witness to this unity by the peace in which they all live, the brotherhood which is their name, the fellowship to which they are pledged.
We start from the unknown, we bear witness and healing arises.
But nothing embodies our mission more than our Awards of Honor, where we pay tribute to the best in the New York real estate and construction, even as we bear witness to two of the most time-honored professions of the Irish tradition.
Writers continue to bear witness to the experiences of the citizens of Europe during WW II in order to prevent similar atrocities from happening again.
PWRDF is a response by Canadian Anglicans to the gospel call to bear witness to God's healing love in a broken world.
One Night documents the ironic and tragic consequences of Winkler's choice to bear witness to her own rape.
Many social workers for private charities can bear witness to the emotional condition of children coming from this kind of ordeal.