Wit"ness, v. i. To bear testimony; to give evidence; to testify. Chaucer.
The men of Belial witnessed against him.1 Kings xxi. 13.
The witnessing of the truth was then so generally attended with this event [martyrdom] that martyrdom now signifies not only to witness, but to witness to death.South.
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