Synonyms of ‘claim’

Verb (claim synonym)

1 claim synonym is to assert, insist, maintain,

ex:He claimed that it absolutely was a conspiracy against him.

2  claim synonym is to take, receive, decide up,

ex: Now they’re returning to assert what’s theirs.

3 claim synonym is to demand, call for, raise for ,

ex:They will claim for damages against the 3 doctors.

Claim Treasure

Noun

1 assertion, statement, allegationHe rejected claims that he had had associate degree affair.

2 demand, application, requestThe workplace has been addressing their claim for edges.

3 right, title, entitlementThe Tudors had a tenuous claim to the autarchy.

Claim Definition

Additional meaning of claim (synonym)

affirmation

The ministers issued a strong affirmation of their religion within the system.

allegation

An allegation could be a statement locution that somebody has done one thing wrong.

The company has denied the allegations.

allege

If you assert that one thing dangerous is true, you say it however don’t prove it.

The suspect is speculated to have killed a person.

Another word for claim

claim pretense pretension title

These nouns consult with a legitimate or declared right to demand one thing as one’s due: had a legal claim to the property; makes no pretense to scholarliness; even pretensions to the presidency; has no title to our thanks.

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collins dictionary definition of claim

verb

  1. to claim one’s right to:

demand. Idiom: statement to. See give, owned, request

  1. To defend, maintain, or implement the popularity of (one’s rights, for example):

assert, vindicate. See attack

  1. to place into words absolutely and with conviction:

affirm, allege, argue, assert, asseverate, aver, avouch, avow, contend, declare, hold, maintain, say, state. Idiom: have it. See affirm

  1. To elicit desperately or insistently:

call for, demand, exact, implement (or upon), require, requisition. Idiom: give tongue to for. See request

noun

  1. The act of demanding:

call, cry, demand, exaction, requisition. See request

  1. A legitimate or supposed right to demand one thing as one’s rightful due:

pretense, pretension, title. (Slang) dibs. See owned, request

  1. A right or legal share in something:

interest, portion, stake, title. See part

  1. The act of declarative positively:

cambridge definition of claim

affirmation, allegation, assertion, declaration, averment, declaration, statement.