Depone

De·pone' (de*pōn') transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Deponed (-pōnd'); present participle & verbal noun Deponing .] [ Latin deponere , depositum , to put down, in Late Latin , to assert under oath;...
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Depone

De·pone' intransitive verb To testify under oath; to depose; to bear witness. [ A Scotticism] « The fairy Glorians, whose credibility on this point can not be called in question, depones to the confinement of Merlin in a tree.» Dunlop.
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Depone

• (v. t.) To assert under oath; to depose. • (v. t.) To lay, as a stake; to wager. • (v. t.) To lay down. • (v. i.) To testify under oath; to depose; to bear witness.
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depone

depone 1. To make a deposition, to testify, or to declare something under oath. 2. To give evidence or to testify under oath, either in a written or a verbal form.
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