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What is another word for affidavit?

41 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ˌafɪdˈe͡ɪvɪt], [ˌafɪdˈe‍ɪvɪt], [ˌa_f_ɪ_d_ˈeɪ_v_ɪ_t]
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Synonyms for Affidavit:

lawsuit (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Quotes for Affidavit:

  1. When you're the spokeswoman for a weight -loss program, everything is witnessed. I weigh in once a week with a witness. I have to sign an affidavit saying I cannot have any surgeries. Kirstie Alley.
  2. I am a trial lawyer. Matilda says that at dinner on a good day I sound like an affidavit Mario Cuomo.
  3. And then they sign an affidavit swearing that she's not in a vegetative stage. I'll tell you. That's a doctor you really want; they can look at a picture and make a diagnosis. Michael Schiavo.

Adjectives for Affidavit:

  • limited but truthful,
  • triple-sealed,
  • full and truthful,
  • two-page,
  • broadside,
  • vestigial,
  • explanatory,
  • damaging,
  • periodical,
  • questionable,
  • comprehensive,
  • doubtful,
  • immediate,
  • official,
  • late,
  • particular,
  • powerful,
  • thick,
  • false or correct,
  • usual authorial,
  • manifestly false,
  • mere voluntary,
  • strong and full,
  • proper and legal,
  • further and better,
  • mere formal,
  • large rectangular,
  • authorial,
  • now famous,
  • more exact,
  • ironclad,
  • vehement,
  • defective,
  • rectangular,
  • poisonous,
  • memorable,
  • logical,
  • unnecessary,
  • preliminary,
  • infamous,
  • poor little,
  • historic,
  • limited,
  • exact,
  • legal,
  • subsequent,
  • practical,
  • bald,
  • cruel,
  • serious,
  • recent,
  • splendid,
  • complete,
  • further,
  • curious,
  • entire,
  • famous,
  • common,
  • usual,
  • next,
  • true,
  • single,
  • best,
  • mere,
  • conclusive,
  • explicit,
  • favorable,
  • verbal,
  • civil,
  • admirable,
  • honest,
  • similar,
  • full,
  • laughably vague,
  • corrective,
  • fraudulent,
  • satisfactory,
  • correct,
  • vague,
  • strong,
  • certain,
  • truthful,
  • important,
  • lengthy,
  • sole,
  • delicate,
  • formal,
  • necessary,
  • foolish,
  • separate,
  • proper,
  • simple,
  • long,
  • former,
  • original,
  • short,
  • voluntary,
  • solemn,
  • false.
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