averment definition

  • noun:
    • The work of averring, or whatever is averred; positive assertion.
    • confirmation; organization by evidence.
    • A positive statement of realities; an allegation; an offer to justify or prove something alleged.
    • The work of averring, or whatever is averred; affirmation; good assertion.
    • Verification; organization by research.
    • an optimistic statement of realities; an allegation; an offer to justify or show understanding alleged.
    • The act of averring; affirmation; positive assertion.
    • Verification; organization by research. Bacon.
    • In law, an allegation or declaration as an undeniable fact: commonly used of statements in a pleading which the party thereby professes to be prepared to show.
    • a declaration which made emphatically (just as if no supporting proof had been needed)
    • The work of averring, or what is averred; positive assertion.
    • confirmation; establishment by research.
    • A positive statement of realities; an allegation; an offer to justify or prove something alleged.
    • The work of averring, or whatever is averred; affirmation; positive assertion.
    • Verification; organization by research.
    • a confident statement of realities; an allegation; an offer to justify or prove something alleged.
    • The work of averring; affirmation; positive assertion.
    • Verification; organization by proof. Bacon.
    • In law, an allegation or declaration as a well known fact: popular of statements in a pleading that the party thus professes is prepared to prove.
    • a declaration that is made emphatically (like no supporting research had been essential)

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