someone who claims to speak the truth

a bold asserter


a declarer of his intentions


affirmers of traditional doctrine


an asseverator of strong convictions


an avower of his own great intelligence

Syn: ↑declarer, ↑affirmer, ↑asseverator, ↑avower
Derivationally related forms: ↑avow (for: ↑avower), ↑asseverate (for: ↑asseverator), ↑affirm (for: ↑affirmer), ↑declare (for: ↑declarer), ↑assert
Hypernyms: ↑communicator
Hyponyms: ↑postulator

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