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Origin of affirmation
Examples from the Web for reaffirmation
Whatever way you look at it, this election is a call for change and a reaffirmation of the social protest agenda.
The greatest thing about knocking on strangers' doors is the reaffirmation of neighborliness.
The reply was in effect a reaffirmation of the previous decisions, but the grounds on which it was rested were different.
This declaration was supposed to be nothing more than a reaffirmation of the Monroe Doctrine.
Del Norte had parties working in Mexico to obtain a reaffirmation of that old concession.Frank Merriwell's Pursuit|Burt L. Standish
Congress acted upon this reaffirmation of the responsibility of Americans and the mission of America.The Wonderful Story of Lincoln|Charles M. Stevens
Mr. Cleveland's message above quoted was accepted as a reaffirmation of the treaty on the part of the American government.
early 15c., "assertion that something is true," from Old French afermacion (14c.), from Latin affirmationem (nominative affirmatio) "an affirmation, solid assurance," noun of action from past participle stem of affirmare (see affirm). In law, as the Quaker alternative to oath-taking, it is attested from 1690s.