Another word for confirm
confirm corroborate substantiate authenticate validate verifySearch Thesaurus
These verbs mean to affirm the truth, accuracy, or genuineness of something. Confirm implies removal of all doubt: “We must never make experiments to confirm our ideas, but simply to control them” (Claude Bernard). Corroborate refers to supporting something by means of strengthening evidence: The witness is expected to corroborate the plaintiff's testimony. To substantiate is to establish by presenting substantial or tangible evidence: “one of the most fully substantiated of historical facts” (James Harvey Robinson). Authenticate implies the establishment of genuineness of something by the testimony of an expert: Never purchase an antique before it has been authenticated. Validate refers to establishing the validity of something, such as a theory, claim, or judgment: The divorce validated my parents' original objection to the marriage. Verify implies proving by comparison with an original or with established fact: The bank refused to cash the check until the signature was verified.
Another word for confirmverb
To assure the certainty or validity of:attest, authenticate, back (up), bear out, corroborate, evidence, justify, substantiate, testify (to), validate, verify, warrant. See support, true
To establish as true or genuine:authenticate, bear out, corroborate, demonstrate, endorse, establish, evidence, prove, show, substantiate, validate, verify. See show, support
To make firmer in a particular conviction or habit:fortify, harden, strengthen. See strong
To accept officially:adopt, affirm, approve, pass, ratify, sanction. See accept, law