With these new apps, users will have to affirmatively click a consent box that gives the app permission to share information.
He added, rather interrogatively than affirmatively, "In the right spirit."
So much is shown, affirmatively and negatively, by the election.
May be predicated in like manner (affirmatively or negatively) of the latter term (or part of it).
These were questions which occurred to everyone, and many answered them affirmatively.
My own mind was fully made up on that point, and affirmatively so.
If affirmatively, George supposes again that there's an end of it.
After the fashion of the British Diplomatic Service, he expressed his opinion most affirmatively.
Yet she had said it, and women do not lie (affirmatively) about such a matter.
Noll bobbed timidly when compliments were paid him, and gratefully and affirmatively when in his presence he heard others praised.
"answering 'yes,'" mid-15c., from use in logic; from Middle French affirmatif (13c.), from Latin affirmativus, from affirmat-, past participle stem of affirmare (see affirm). As a noun from early 15c. Affirmative action "positive or corrective effort by employers to prevent discrimination in hiring or promotion" is attested from 1935 with regard to labor unions; specific racial sense is from 1961; now often used more generally in reference to hiring quotas, etc.