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Sware Up And Down

Pronunciation of Sware Up And Down
/swˈe͡əɹ ˌʌp and dˈa͡ʊn/, /swˈe‍əɹ ˌʌp and dˈa‍ʊn/, /s_w_ˈeə_ɹ ˌʌ_p__ a_n_d d_ˈaʊ_n/

Synonyms for sware up and down:

affirm (verb)

assert, asseverate, attest, aver, avouch, avow, certify, cinch, clinch, confirm, declare, guarantee, ice, insist, lock up, maintain, nail down, okay, predicate, profess, pronounce, ratify, repeat, set, state, swear, testify, vouch, witness, put on ice, cross heart, have a lock on, say so, swear on bible, swear up and down, rubber-stamp.

avow (verb)

acknowledge, admit, affirm, allow, concede, confess, grant, proclaim, own up, cross one's heart.

hold (verb)

assume, buy, consider, credit, deem, entertain, esteem, feel, judge, lap up, presume, reckon, regard, sense, think, view, swear by, bet bottom dollar, have hunch, have sneaking suspicion, lay money on, set store by, take as gospel truth, take stock in.

profess (verb)

allege, announce, claim, come out, croon, depose, dissemble, fake, feign, make out, open up, own, pretend, purport, sing, soapbox, spiel, spout, stump, Constate, talk big, act as if, blow hot air, get off chest, get on soapbox.

promise (verb)

accede, affiance, agree, answer for, assent, assure, bargain, betroth, bind, commit, compact, consent, contract, covenant, engage, ensure, espouse, hock, insure, live up to, mortgage, obligate, pass, pawn, pledge, plight, secure, stipulate, string along, subscribe, undertake, underwrite, vow, warrant, asservate, take an oath.

swear (verb)

depend on, promise, trust, rely on, have confidence in, give one's word, give witness, make an affidavit, pledge oneself, state under oath, swear to god.

testify (verb)

argue, bear witness, bespeak, betoken, corroborate, demonstrate, depone, evince, indicate, mount, prove, show, token, point to, stand up for, swear to, make evident, give evidence, give facts.

vouch (verb)

avert, back, contend, cosign, get behind, sponsor, substantiate, support, uphold, verify, put forth, sign for, bear testimony, act as a witness, attest to, be responsible for, give an affidavit.

vow (verb)

consecrate, dedicate, devote, give word of honor, undertake solemnly.

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