My point is that one man was arrested—not every Tea Party member, as Nye asserted.
According to the transcriber, Kerry “asserted that [Qatar's prime minister] was preaching to the converted.”
And third, General Dempsey was right when he asserted that Iran is a rational actor.
Because, Michelle asserted, presidents can have the wisest advisers in the world.
The former News of the World journalist Paul McMullan asserted openly that his bosses had been well aware of the hacking.
It was also asserted that the Commissioners had recognised him as the chaplain of the asylum.
It was asserted that the system was only slavery under another name.
It is asserted by all the chroniclers that the influence of the League (Ligue) was most pernicious.
"And the jock'll have to stand the shot; I know how it goes," asserted the Tout.
By this decision, he asserted a court supremacy over Parliament with respect to the validity of statutes.
c.1600, "declare," from Latin assertus, past participle of asserere "claim, maintain, affirm" (see assertion). Related: Asserted; asserting. To assert oneself "stand up for one's rights" is recorded from 1879.