assertion definition

  • noun:
    • The act of asserting.
    • Something declared or claimed absolutely, often with no help or effort at evidence.
    • The work of asserting, or that which is asserted; positive declaration or averment; affirmation; declaration asserted; position higher level.
    • repair; vindication; because, the assertion of the legal rights or prerogatives.
    • A statement in a course asserting an ailment expected to be real at a certain point, used in debugging.
    • The work of asserting, or whatever is asserted; good statement or averment; affirmation; declaration asserted; place advanced level.
    • repair; vindication.
    • The act of setting free; liberation.—2. The action of maintaining a cause or a claim: as, the assertion of one's rights.—3. The act of stating something to be true.
    • an optimistic statement or averment; an unsupported statement or affirmation: as, their assertion proved to be untrue.
    • Synonyms Vindication, defense, upkeep.3 and report, asseveration, protestation.
    • a declaration that's made emphatically (like no supporting proof were needed)
    • the act of affirming or asserting or stating anything
    • The work of asserting.
    • One thing declared or claimed positively, often with no assistance or attempt at evidence.
    • The work of asserting, or that which is asserted; good declaration or averment; affirmation; declaration asserted; place advanced level.
    • repair; vindication; since, the assertion of your legal rights or prerogatives.
    • A statement in a program asserting a condition expected to be true at a particular point, found in debugging.
    • The act of asserting, or whatever is asserted; positive statement or averment; affirmation; declaration asserted; position advanced level.
    • repair; vindication.
    • The act of setting free; liberation.—2. The action of keeping a cause or a claim: as, the assertion of the liberties.—3. The work of stating something to be real.
    • A positive statement or averment; an unsupported declaration or affirmation: as, his assertion proved to be false.
    • Synonyms Vindication, defense, upkeep.3 and report, asseveration, protestation.
    • a declaration this is certainly made emphatically (as though no supporting proof were required)
    • the act of affirming or asserting or stating something

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