testified, past tense; testified, past participle; testifies, 3rd person singular present; testifying, present participle;
Give evidence as a witness in a law court
he testified against his own commander
he testified that he had supplied Barry with crack
Serve as evidence or proof of something's existing or being the case
the bleak lines testify to inner torment
give testimony in a court of law
provide evidence for; "The blood test showed that he was the father"; "Her behavior testified to her incompetence"
In law and in religion, testimony is a solemn attestation as to the truth of a matter.
German band Testify began in 1993 as an industrial metal side-project to the EBM band The Fair Sex, featuring founding members Rascal Nikov and Myk Jung. During the second half of the nineties, Testify became Myk and Rascal's main act, but it took a back seat when TFS returned in 2002.
"Testify" is the fourth single from rapper Common's 2005 album Be. Clocking in at just above two and a half minutes, it is the second shortest track on Be (after the album's intro). ...
Testify is the most current recording released by Dynamic Praise, A gospel choir from Oakwood College. This album was recorded live at Madison Mission SDA Church.
Testify was a remix EP by The Damned, released by Cleopatra Records in 1997.
Testify is a compilation album released only in North America by British house music band M People. It contains the three new tracks that the band recorded for their British compilation album The Best of M People the previous year, and the artwork is taken from the photographs used for that ...
Testify is alternative metal band P.O.D.'s sixth studio album and fourth major-label album. It was originally set for a December 2005 release but finally slated for January 24, 2006 by Atlantic Records. This is P.O.D.'s first major-label album not produced by Howard Benson. ...
"Testify" is a song by the band Parliament. It is a funk reworking of the song "(I Wanna) Testify", which was originally recorded in 1967 by The Parliaments and reached #3 on the Billboard R&B chart. ...
Testify is the seventh studio album by British singer Phil Collins. The album debuted at #30 on the American Billboard Charts, which was also the album's peak position. To date, the album has peaked the lowest of his solo efforts. ...
"Testify" is a single by rap metal band Rage Against the Machine off their third studio album The Battle of Los Angeles.
Testify, Parts I and II is a single released by the Isley Brothers in 1964. It is one of two singles to feature Jimi Hendrix on guitar, the other being "Move Over and Let Me Dance". Both singles failed to chart. It was their first of three singles from the T-Neck label. ...
to make a declaration, or give evidence, under oath; to make a statement based on personal knowledge or faith
To give evidence under oath as a witness in a court proceeding.
To speak under oath.
To present evidence for or against a bill at a committee hearing.
To declare or say something that can be taken as evidence under oath in a court of law.
When someone witnesses to the Truth, either through word, action, or other public demonstration that is required by God.
To tell the truth in the courtroom about what happened.
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In court, a person “testifies” when she/he gives evidence under oath, that is, tells her/his story about what she/he saw and/or heard. ¬†