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unswear

unswear

verb un·swear \-ˈswer\
un·swore\-ˈswr\un·sworn\-ˈswrn\un·swear·ing

Definition of UNSWEAR

intransitive verb
archaic
:  to unsay or retract something sworn
transitive verb
archaic :  to recant or recall (as an oath) especially by a second oath

First Known Use of UNSWEAR

1596

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