- non·af·firm·ance, noun
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How to use affirmance in a sentence
The Attorney-General supported Mr. Walpole in affirmance of this principle.
The action of the present Houses, moreover, is an affirmance of their right to eliminate the false votes from the true.The Electoral Votes of 1876 | David Dudley Field
I propose to ask your attention for a little while to some propositions in affirmance of that statement.The Papers And Writings Of Abraham Lincoln, Volume Five | Abraham Lincoln
The General paused for the effect, solemnly nodding his head at his astounded auditors in affirmance.True Stories of Crime From the District Attorney's Office | Arthur Train
But he is of your own faith, and his lightest affirmance would weigh down the most solemn protestations of the distressed Jewess.Ivanhoe | Walter Scott