Definition for "affirm"
To declare definitely or securely; preserve to be…
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To declare definitely or securely; preserve to be real.
to guide or uphold the validity of; confirm.
to say or verify, as a judgment, decree, or purchase, introduced before an appellate courtroom for analysis.
to say positively; to share with with confidence; to aver; to keep up as true; -- opposed to
reject. To declare, as a well known fact, solemnly, under judicial sanction. See Affirmation, 4.
Law To declare solemnly and formally although not under oath.
To declare or assert in a positive way.
to create a solemn statement, before an official magistrate or tribunal, under the penalties of perjury; to testify by affirmation.
To concur, verify or concur; to resolve positively.
to aid or encourage
to declare or affirm solemnly and officially as real
establish or strengthen much like brand new proof or facts
state yes to
to mention or assert positively; inform with confidence; aver; declare to be a well known fact; maintain as real: in opposition to deny.
to help make company; establish, confirm, or ratify: as, the appellate judge affirmed the judgment.
To declare or assert absolutely or solemnly.
To declare solemnly before a court or magistrate, but without oath (a practice allowed where in actuality the affirmant features scruples against taking an oath); make a legal affirmation. See affirmation.