The landlady was thus justified in averring that something had been done by somebody, albeit unable to point to anything specific.
This he at first declined to do, averring that it was impossible to be elected.
Their adversaries denied it, averring that, as a class, they were "contented and happy."
averring that, in satisfaction of all tithes the customary annual sum of 20s.
averring that the problem was national in scope, he asserted the constitutional authority of Congress to solve it.
I think he is under a mistake in averring that there is any severity in the sheath spur.
On their return, he bade her lie down on the sofa in her boudoir and rest, averring that she looked languid and unlike herself.
What if they did unite, afterward, in averring that the break had been planned by Winwood?
Darnall answered, averring in his answer that he was a free man, and capable of conveying a good title.
He promised him safe-conduct, averring that he had other means of gaining fame than by killing a man like him.