Affirm [verb]

Definition of Affirm:

declare the truth of something

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Sentence/Example of Affirm:

A tech company is affirming that automating certain decisions may not, in fact, be the smart thing to do — tacitly acknowledging that removing human agency can generate harm.

As a scholar whose research focuses on the ethics of communication and as a yoga teacher, I’m interested in how people use rituals and rhetoric to affirm their interconnectedness with one another – and with the world.

First, they needed to affirm that things were indeed quieter.

We believe that it’s every American’s responsibility to do what they can to affirm, safeguard, and advance the health of our democracy.

PFLAG envisions a world where diversity is celebrated and all people are affirmed, valued, and respected.

The conference provides a safe and affirming space, and gives attendees an opportunity to access needed legal and healthcare resources.

To fix on any one stage in such an evolution, detach it, affirm it, is to wrest a true scripture to its destruction.

For my part, I scarcely know what to say; inasmuch as I do not care either to affirm or deny a thing of which I have no proof.

Some affirm that he wrote to please royalty, but if so why did he not condemn the custom to appease the wrath of a sapient king.

In my opinion, the situation of Candy is most beautiful, but many affirm that it is too near the mountains, and lies in a pit.