Assertion of existence, truth or goodness.

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* Affirmation Assertion of existence, truth or goodness.
cel* Concealment Causation of latency.
lewh* Deception Misleading by false or untrue appearance or statement.
fater* Disclosure Removal of latency.
alm* Education Development of knowledge or skill.
* Exaggeration Expansion beyond the limits of truth or reason.
* Examination Evaluation of learning.
psewd* Falsehood Misrepresentation, perversion or suppression of truth.
* Information
* Latency Presence without visibility; existance as potential; lack of expression.
math* Learning Passive education.
fend* Manifestation
bewd* Messenger Agent of delivering information.
* Misteaching
neq* Negation
* Publication
* Secret Object of concealment.
* Teacher Agent of teaching.
* Teaching Active education.
verew* Untruth Absence, lack or void of truth.
genw* Veracity

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Affirmation

AFFIRMATION, affirmance, statement, allegation, assertion, predication, predicate [logic], declaration, word, averment; confirmation.
ASSEVERATION, adjuration, swearing, oath, affidavit; deposition (record) [See Record]; avouchment, avouch [rare], assurance; protest, protestation; profession; acknowledgment (assent) [See Assent]; legal pledge, pronouncement.
VOTE, voice; ballot, suffrage; vox populi [L.].
REMARK, observation; position (proposition) [See Supposition]; saying, dictum, sentence.
POSITIVENESS, emphasis, peremptoriness; dogmatism (certainty) [See Certainty]; weight.
DOGMATIST [See Blusterer].