verb (used with object), a·verred, a·ver·ring.
Origin of aver
Related formsmis·a·ver, verb (used with object), mis·a·verred, mis·a·ver·ring.pre·a·ver, verb (used with object), pre·a·verred, pre·a·ver·ring.un·a·verred, adjective
Examples from the Web for aver
To aver is to state positively what is within one's own knowledge or matter of deep conviction.English Synonyms and Antonyms|James Champlin Fernald
To aver that his ancestors were sold as slaves, is not equivalent, in point of law, to an averment that he was a slave.
You aver that none of you are, mesdames, and we would not call your word in question.Husks|Marion Harland
I aver that the term is not at all applicable to the religious denominations in this country.The Story of My Life|Egerton Ryerson
And she left me with the feeling—most unpleasant, I aver— That the whole world would despise me if it had not been for her.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various