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affirmed

[ uh-furmd ]
/ əˈfɜrmd /
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adjective
positively stated or asserted, often in a formal way: That position is not in agreement with the affirmed teaching of the Anglican communion.
supported by the approval, recognition, or encouragement given by others: In strong and healthy relationships, people feel affirmed, validated, and respected.
confirmed or ratified: He was certainly not considered highly contagious, and there were no affirmed reports that the illness was passed on to other passengers.
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OTHER WORDS FROM affirmed

un·af·firmed, adjective
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