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testification

[tes-tuh-fi-key-shuh n]
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noun
  1. the act of testifying or giving testimony.
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Origin of testification

1400–50; late Middle English < Latin testificātiōn- (stem of testificātiō) a bearing witness. See testify, -fication
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Related Words for testification

warranty, license, coupon, receipt, diploma, affidavit, authentication, paper, voucher, permit, ticket, warrant, deed, authorization, guarantee, credential, documentation, certification, testimonial, attestation

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Historical Examples of testification

  • Testification can be made only in the case of a past occurrence.

    The Round Towers of Ireland

    Henry O'Brien

  • Cobham's testification against him before them, and since, hath been largely discoursed.

  • An eloquence to expose the qualities they possess, is the testification in the promise of their excellence.

  • And, in testification of my sincerity in saying this, I shall make the following offer.

  • It is a word of grave and authoritative import in the English language, which implies the testification of the truth!