Synonyms
Etymology

1. testimony

noun. ['ˈtɛstɪˌmoʊni'] a solemn statement made under oath.

Synonyms

  • witness
  • attestation
  • affidavit
  • evidence
  • declaration

Etymology

  • testimonium (Latin)
  • testis (Latin)

Featured Games

Words that Rhyme with Testimony

  • acrimony
  • alimony
  • aramony
  • aramony
  • ceremony
  • chalcedony
  • corleone
  • matrimony
  • palimony
  • parsimony
  • patrimony
  • sanctimony
  • telephony

How do you spell testimony? Is it testomony ?

A common misspelling of testimony is testomony

Example sentences of the word testimony


1. Noun, singular or mass
Depending on the church, you may have to make a written or oral personal testimony of faith.

Quotes containing the word testimony


1. Testimony is an integral part of the Black religious tradition. It is the occasion where the believer stands before the community of faith in order to give account of the hope that is in him or her.
- James Hal Cone

2. Confidence in others' honesty is no light testimony of one's own integrity.
- Michel de Montaigne

3. And starward drifts the stricken world,Lone in unalterable gloomDead, with a universe for tomb,Dark, and to vaster darkness whirled.(“The Testimony of the Suns”)
- George Sterling, The Thirst of Satan: Poems of Fantasy and Terror

2. testimony

noun. ['ˈtɛstɪˌmoʊni'] an assertion offering firsthand authentication of a fact.

Synonyms

  • averment
  • assertion

Etymology

  • testimonium (Latin)
  • testis (Latin)

3. testimony

noun. ['ˈtɛstɪˌmoʊni'] something that serves as evidence.

Synonyms

  • testament
  • good authority
  • evidence

Antonyms

  • expert witness
  • circumstantial evidence
  • direct evidence
  • disapproval

Etymology

  • testimonium (Latin)
  • testis (Latin)
Synonym.com