Confirmation [noun]

Definition of Confirmation:

ratification, validation, proof

Opposite/Antonyms of Confirmation:

Sentence/Example of Confirmation:

Your Disrupt ticket number on your Bizzabo registration confirmation email is your key to access the platform.

She quickly scans all of them, looking for confirmation on starting the project.

It also adds a layer of protection against cognitive biases like confirmation bias.

We will send confirmations to the first 100 people who sign up.

I had the opportunity to talk with him before his confirmation process.

When the oath is given to confirm an assertion, it is sworn in confirmation of a covenant with God.

The design of thus using the number being to give confirmation, such also must have been the end of using the oath.

After this striking confirmation of my conjecture, I think no more need be said.

Their Confirmation vows seemed to make a link, and Meta's unfeigned enthusiasm for the doctor was the sure road to Ethel's heart.

Were any further confirmation needed for Massingers authorship, the metrical tests would supply it, with their 36 per cent.