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How to Pronounce Swore?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Swore" is [swˈɔː], [swˈɔː], [s_w_ˈɔː].

What are the misspellings for Swore?

"Swore" in context

Swore is an expression that is used when taking an oath or making a promise. It is most often used in a religious or legal context, or when someone is trying to convey a sense of sincerity or gravity when making an assertion. To swear is to take an oath that involves a promise in the presence of a spiritual or supernatural being, and an undertaking to fulfill that promise. Common examples include swearing an oath of loyalty or allegiance, such as a soldier pledging loyalty to their country or a witness affirming the truthfulness of their testimony in court. Swearing can also be a way to reaffirm or validate an agreement or promise between two or more people.

Usage over time for Swore:

This graph shows how "Swore" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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