Affirming [verb]

Definition of Affirming:

declare the truth of something

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Then, Saturday morning, after our Politics Report published describing the discrepancy, the Labor Council released a brief statement affirming that its delegates had, indeed, voted to endorse Montgomery Steppe.

It is like a prayer, affirming that this is what the cinema can be, no matter how far in our cynicism we may stray.

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.

“I’m sorry, Lyndsay, it’s breast cancer,” affirmed the radiologist.

Kipchoge belongs to that rare category of athlete whose dominance seems to affirm a supernatural order.

He sent to heaven for a chapter of the Koran, affirming that his wife was faithful.

Before affirming that we live a reasonable life, we must determine what is the doctrine of the life which we regard as reasonable.

We are denying its existence in the very act of affirming it.

Then these were interpreted, questions were raised in reference to them, and the grounds of affirming or denying were presented.

She would knock at my Study door, affirming that some one below would be glad to see me, tho there was none that askd for me.