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obtest (verb), obtests, obtesting, obtested
1. To invoke someone as a witness: Jerome was obtested to confirm that he had seen what happened when a car crashed into another one.
2. To supplicate or to implore earnestly and to beseech another person to do something: Since Sara was walking on the sidewalk behind Joseph, she was asked to obtest that he fell down and was injured because of the icy surface in front of the store and not because of his clumsiness.
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