reaffirm

All Verb Noun
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  • Towards the end of his life, however, he reaffirmed his original view.
  • Toward the close of his life he took occasion to reaffirm them. Cited from James Fenimore Cooper, by Thomas R. Lounsbury
  • This act reaffirms the right of the people to keep and bear arms.
  • He then signed a treaty with France reaffirming this act between both parties.
  • At the time she reaffirmed that she will not return to acting.
  • Later, however, the two women reaffirm their bond and part ways on good terms.
  • The two reaffirm their love to each other and go to Chicago.
  • However he reaffirms that he is taking the necessary steps to reduce the numbers.
  • She discovered her love of science and reaffirmed her solitary personality during high school.
  • It appears that he had had to reaffirm his Catholic faith before the bishop, though.
  • Others simply reaffirmed the need to carry on his work.
  • Members signed a new business charter reaffirming its mission to promote businesses across the state.
  • They express their regret at missing each other earlier, and reaffirm their love.
  • It also reaffirmed the presence of the Commission and Council in the city.
  • Khiem said the two sides also reaffirmed their traditional relations in other fields, including defence.
  • This decision has not been overruled and has been specifically reaffirmed several times.
  • The doctor's wife reaffirms her love for him and that she will help him through his counseling.
  • The Act also set out their salaries and reaffirmed their rights and duties.
  • It has since been reaffirmed by studies on vocalization and considered a full species.
  • She has sex with the Doctor, reaffirming her decision to live.
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How reaffirm gets used

Meaning of reaffirm

  • verb Affirm once again
    He reaffirmed his faith in the church