Many of those who voted for President Clinton, Bork averred, did so because they were rooked by devious liberal lies.
Congress, she averred, should put itself on “cruise control—Ted Cruz control—just for a week.”
And of what consequence was it whether those facts were averred or judicially noticed.
“But Mrs. Tresham may learn just as well by experience as by method,” he averred.
And yet, he averred that it was absolutely necessary that Captain Doughty should be put upon his trial.
"She would," averred Barry stoutly, over the twinge of an inner qualm.
Half of the nobility of Italy, she averred, were sighing—or busily doing sums—at the feet of the American heiress.
That this assumption is just and wise is averred by some and denied by others.
"There are lots of things you wouldn't dare say before everybody," averred Dora.
And on my having to admit that I had not, he averred that he had.