EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle English sworen, isworen, from Old English sworen, ġesworen, from Proto-West Germanic *swaran, *giswaran, from Proto-Germanic *swaranaz, past participle of Proto-Germanic *swarjaną (to swear), equivalent to swear +‎ -en.

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VerbEdit

sworn

  1. past participle of swear

AdjectiveEdit

sworn (not comparable)

  1. Given or declared under oath.
    His sworn statement convinced the judge.
  2. Bound as though by an oath.
  3. Ardent, devout.
    a sworn foe
    a sworn socialist

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