Definition of sworn in English:

sworn

Syllabification: sworn
Pronunciation: /swôrn
 
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adjective

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  • 1(Of testimony or evidence) given under oath: he made a sworn statement
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    • All they have to do is to put a sworn statement declaring that they were not part of the process.
    • Neither side has asserted that the sworn evidence is inherently improbable.
    • Which is why it is usually the kind of question that needs some sworn evidence attached to it.
  • 2Determined to remain in the role or condition specified: they were sworn enemies
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    • It requires you sit down and strike deals not with your friends, but with your sworn enemies.
    • Perhaps worse, he has made a sworn enemy of the man who just happens to be the best fly - fisherman in the Dale.
    • They must provide hospitality to anyone who asks even if he be a sworn enemy.

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