Affirmation [noun]

Definition of Affirmation:

declaration of the truth of something

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Sentence/Example of Affirmation:

This is a sector that has been working for 150 years, in some cases almost completely without that affirmation.

The use of Quote Tweets increased, but 45% of them included single-word affirmations and 70% had less than 25 characters.

There’s something about that little affirmation that seems small, but it manifests in real, meaningful action in the real world.

We are here to stay and having the alderman’s support is affirmation.

If nothing is done during infancy inaction operates generally as an affirmation.

He was desired by the speaker to withdraw, as no affirmation could be made without the sanction of the house.

The motion to allow Mr. Pease to make his solemn affirmation in place of the usual oath was agreed to unanimously.

The oath itself was probably a development of the affirmation that has been used more than any other in the history of the world.

Such an affirmation was understood to raise the presumption of quality in the person who used it.

Although young Maranne was very red as he made this affirmation, M. Joyeuse accepted his word at once.