affirm

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  • It also affirmed that political change must take place through non-violent means.
  • It also first affirmed that political change must take place though non-violent means.
  • She affirmed that she would be living within the province but refused to say where.
  • Those who say that they discovered this man affirm that they saved him. Cited from History of the Expedition to Russia, by Count Philip de Segur
  • At last his wife told him what had happened, affirming that all was decided. Cited from Eastern Shame Girl and Others, by Charles Georges Soulie
  • They affirm their love for each other and return to the camp.
  • He affirmed the right of Rome to review any and all important legal cases.
  • Being a part of an affirming community can make such a difference.
  • You have given it as security, affirming it to be your own property. Cited from The Thunder Bird, by B. M. Bower (aka Bertha Muzzy Bower Sinclair Cowan)
  • Only as we are led by the divine teaching may we affirm at all. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture, by Alexander Maclaren
  • Or he may simply have wanted to affirm where his true loyalty lay.
  • What reason is there for affirming that it cannot be changed again? Cited from An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy, by W. Tudor Jones
  • It is possible to accept one, or even two, of them without affirming them all. Cited from Essays in War-Time, by Havelock Ellis
  • Others affirm that any who fall away were never really saved.
  • He affirmed instead that people were neither good nor bad.
  • Whether she ever received any other money than this, I also neither affirm nor deny. Cited from Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. X (of 12), by Burke
  • One year later, the three-judge court unanimously affirmed the district court decision.
  • What principle or practice means most to you by way of affirming your own testimony? Cited from Principles of Teaching, by Adam S. Bennion
  • I again affirm that young women should not travel alone. Cited from Parrot & Co., by Harold MacGrath
  • It is only to affirm that here is something not big enough for the whole either of truth or experience. Cited from Modern Religious Cults and Movements, by Gaius Glenn Atkins
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Meaning of affirm

  • verb To declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true
    Before God I swear I am innocent
  • verb Say yes to