Origin of ratification
Related Words for ratificationapproval, enactment, confirmation, authorization, sanction, permission
Examples from the Web for ratification
Contemporary Examples of ratification
The ratification process on the proposed government became in large part a referendum on Washington.
The book then races through the Constitutional Convention and the ratification.
Assuming these rule changes are approved by the Rules Committee, they will go before the full RNC for ratification on Friday.RNC To Change 2016 Rules
January 23, 2014
This year, Kerry and U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power have been pushing hard again for ratification.Corker To Oppose U.N. Disabilities Treaty Ratification
December 20, 2013
That was 30 years before the Declaration of Independence, 45 years before the ratification of the Second Amendment.What if the Founding Fathers Saw Newtown?
December 13, 2013
Historical Examples of ratification
Captain Lote was the first to speak after ratification of the contract.The Portygee
Joseph Crosby Lincoln
He urged also the ratification by Ohio of the Fifteenth Amendment.The Life, Public Services and Select Speeches of Rutherford B. Hayes
James Quay Howard
The ratification of the Article of Union was on the sixteenth of January.Memoirs of the Jacobites of 1715 and 1745.
He waited there long, but, of course, brought back no ratification.John Knox
A. Taylor Innes
They agreed to the terms and, pending their ratification, raised the siege of Chartres.Saint Bartholomew's Eve
G. A. Henty
Word Origin and History for ratification
mid-15c., from Middle French ratification (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin ratificationem (nominative ratificatio), noun of action from past participle stem of ratificare (see ratify).