A word or statement of agreement or assent, such as the word yes.
along side it in a debate that upholds the idea: the woman staff will speak when it comes to affirmative.
Yes; a response that presents contract or acceptance.
a response that shows agreement or acceptance.
what affirms in the place of whatever denies; an affirmative idea; that part of question which affirms or maintains the idea claimed; -- against negative.
A word or expression revealing affirmation or assent
whatever affirms or asserts; a confident proposition or averment: as, two negatives make an affirmative.
what provides affirmation or assent; the agreeing or concurring component or part: because of the definite article: as, to support the affirmative; to vote into the affirmative (that is, in support of the affirmative part), like in a legislative body.
In judicial proceedings, the side which, whether by itself an affirmation or a negation, requires first become supported by proof, presumption within the lack of evidence becoming against it; along side it with the duty of proof.
Nautical, the signal-flag or pendant in which assent is expressed.