reaffirm

/ (ˌriːəˈfɜːm) /

verb (tr)

to affirm (a claim, etc) again; reassert

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Derived forms of reaffirm

reaffirmation, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for reaffirm

  • On the contrary, I re-affirm it; but, I offer you a divorce.

  • Let us trace her from foundation to present eminence; re-affirm our family pledges and form resolutions new.

  • Should he cough—as the native does when he wishes to attract your attention, or to re-affirm his forgotten presence?

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