Definition of assertation
: the act of asserting or something that is asserted : assertion This crisis, which inspires repeated heartfelt assertations of Mr. Richburg's happiness to be an American … — William Finnegan, New York Times Book Review, 30 Mar. 1997 What I have said so far has not been an attempt to support my thesis but merely to explain what it is. Of course, a fuller understanding of an assertation may convince someone of its truth. — Clifford Williams, The Life of the Mind, 2002
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