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Pronunciation: [ɐtˈɛstɪd] (IPA)

Attested is a word that indicates something has been verified or confirmed as true. There are several synonyms for the word attested, including authenticated, validated, certified, endorsed, and proven. These words can be used interchangeably with attested, depending on the context, to communicate the same meaning of authentication or verification. For instance, a document may be attested, validated, or certified as genuine. Similarly, a claim can be proven, authenticated, or attested to be valid or true. These synonyms help to add variety and nuance to your writing, making it more interesting, precise, and meaningful for your readers.

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What are the opposite words for attested?

The antonyms for the word "attested" are unproven, unsubstantiated, unreliable, unverified and undocumented. These words imply a lack of evidence to support the claims being made, whether it is about a person's credentials, a company's financial statements or a product's effectiveness. Unproven suggests that there is no proof to back up the assertions being made. Unsubstantiated implies a lack of evidence to corroborate a statement. Unreliable implies that the source of the claim is not trustworthy or accurate. Unverified suggests that the claims have not been confirmed or authenticated by any independent authority. Finally, undocumented suggests that there is no written or recorded evidence to support the claim being made.

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Usage examples for Attested

Forfeiture and confiscation had followed each other so frequently in Irish history,-grants and revocations were so mixed up together,-some attested in all formality, others irregular and imperfect,-that it was currently believed there was scarcely one single estate of the whole province could establish a clear and indisputable title.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
He seems, however, to exhaust the subject when he tells us that the nobility of Sordello's birth, and his intrigue or marriage with Cunizza are attested by contemporaries; that a "mysterious obscurity" shrouds his life; and that his violent death is obscurely indicated by Dante, whose mention of him is now his only title to immortality.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)"
Mrs. Sutherland Orr
He has established her full claim to his admiration: but he is going to prove that so far as her physical charms are concerned, she owes it to his very attachment: for those charms are not attested by her looking-glass.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)"
Mrs. Sutherland Orr

Famous quotes with Attested

  • Not only has this subject been long associated with the ideas of thinking men over the ages but its practical importance is attested to by the huge resources of men and material thrown into this type of work.
    Robert Hofstadter
  • There is not to be found, in all history, any miracle attested by a sufficient number of men, of such unquestioned good sense, education and learning, as to secure us against all delusion in themselves.
    David Hume
  • That the Babri Masjid replaced a pre-existent centre of worship, is also indicated by the fact that Hindus kept returning to the place, where more indulgent Muslim rulers allowed them to worship on a platform just outside the mosque. This is attested by a number of different pieces of testimony by Western travelers and by local Muslims, all of the pre-British period, as well as from shortly after the 1856 British take-over but explicitly referring to older local Muslim sources. A number of these documents have been presented by Harsh Narain and A.K. Chatterjee. That they are authentic and have a real proof value, is indirectly corroborated by the attempts made to make two of them disappear, which Harsh Narain and Arun Shourie independently discovered.
    Koenraad Elst
  • Bluntly put, a chaplain is the minister of the Prince of Peace serving in the host of the God of War — Mars. As such, he is as incongruous as a musket would be on the altar at Christmas. Why then is he there? Because he indirectly subserves the purpose attested by the cannon; because too he lends the sanction of the religion of the meek to that which practically is the abrogation of everything but brute Force.
    Herman Melville
  • Libertarians used to tell us that ‘the love of freedom is the strongest of political motives,’ but recent events have taught us the extravagance of this opinion. The ‘herd-instinct’ and the yearning for paternal authority are often as strong. Indeed the tendency of men to gang up under a leader and submit to his will is of all political traits the best attested by history. It has been so shockingly exemplified in modem times that only a somnambulist could ignore it in trying to build, or defend, a free society. His first concern should be to make sure that no one gang or group-neither the proletariat, nor the capitalists, nor the landowners, no the bankers, nor the army, nor the church, nor the government itself-shall have exclusive power.
    Max Eastman

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