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verb (used without object), swore or (Archaic) sware; sworn; swearing. 1. to make a solemn declaration or affirmation by some sacred being or object, as a deity or the Bible. 2. to bind oneself by oath. 3. to give evidence or make a statement on oath. 4. to use profane oaths or language: Don’t swear […]
- Swear at
Curse, use abusive, violent, or blasphemous language against, as in He has a way of swearing at all the other drivers on the road. [ Late 1600s ]
noun 1. an official ceremony where a person takes an oath of office, allegiance, etc.
- Swear like a trooper
swear like a trooper swear like a trooper Freely utter profanity or obscenity, as in The teacher was shocked when she heard one of the fathers begin to swear like a trooper. The troopers in this term were the cavalry, who were singled out for their swearing from the early 1700s on.