- cadarnhaucadarnhadgadarnhaolcadarnhaugan gadarnhau
Verb(1) establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts(2) to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true(3) say yes to
(1) Prominent doctors are enlisted to publicly affirm the malady's ubiquity.(2) It was a beautiful ritual that allowed me to publicly affirm the vows that I had sworn so many years before.(3) They affirm our heritage and maintain sanctity of our multi-ethnic roots.(4) Dean has explained that he was just trying to mirror and affirm the enthusiasm of his supporters who were in that room in Iowa.(5) Still, a willingness to clearly affirm an alternative vision of human relationships would be a significant start.(6) there are five common ways parents fail to affirm their children(7) As a result, a witness can request to affirm , rather than swear.(8) That means any two people who are not already married can publicly and formally affirm their commitment to each other.(9) What, I wondered, would that choleric gentleman have made of his decision, which was barely noted last week, to affirm rather than swear when taking his oath as First Minister at the Court of Session?(10) Although both agreements affirm the duty of parties to prevent and eliminate land-based marine pollution, they do not as such prescribe detailed standards for doing so.(11) When will we be able to celebrate it and affirm it and support it?(12) In supporting this motion, we affirm those values.(13) Nevertheless, the department continues to affirm its commitment to public safety.(14) They benefited from the Toleration Act of 1689 and in 1696 were allowed to affirm rather than take an oath.(15) The writer talked about her struggles to publicly affirm spiritual values in a culture that is deeply cynical.(16) Willinsky notes that citations are often used for one's own purposes, to support or affirm a particular idea.
(1) to affirm :: i gadarnhau
1. declare ::
2. uphold ::
3. aver ::
4. corroborate ::
1. deny ::
2. gainsay ::
Different Formsaffirm, affirmation, affirmations, affirmative, affirmatives, affirmed, affirming, affirms
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