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Another word for affirmation

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Noun
  1. The act of asserting positively

    See also:

    affirm

  2. An act of confirming officially

      1. Authoritative permission or approval that makes a course of action valid.
      2. Support or encouragement, as from public opinion or established custom.
      3. A consideration, influence, or principle that dictates an ethical choice.
      1. Affirmation or approval; adoption of an action that was done on one’s behalf and treating that action as if it had been authorized by that person before the fact of it having been done. By ratifying an act or action, a person becomes responsible for the consequences of that act or action. Ratification by a two-thirds vote of Congress is needed to propose a constitutional amendment, which must then be ratified by three fourths of the states for it to take effect. Affirmation or approval; adoption of an action that was done on one’s behalf and treating that action as if it had been authorized by that person before the fact of it having been done. By ratifying an act or action, a person becomes responsible for the consequences of that act or action. Ratification by a two-thirds vote of Congress is needed to propose a constitutional amendment, which must then be ratified by three fourths of the states for it to take effect.
      1. The act of confirming.
      2. Something that confirms; verification.
      3. A Christian rite admitting a baptized person to full membership in a church.
      1. The act or an instance of approving.
      2. An official approbation; a sanction.
      3. Favorable regard; commendation.
    See also:

    law

Another word for affirmation

Noun
  1. An assertion

    See also:

    declaration

  2. A solemn declaration

    See also:

    oath

  3. Ratification

      1. The act or process of accepting.
      2. The state of being accepted or acceptable.
      3. Favorable reception; approval.
      1. Authoritative permission or approval that makes a course of action valid.
      2. Support or encouragement, as from public opinion or established custom.
      3. A consideration, influence, or principle that dictates an ethical choice.
      1. The act of confirming.
      2. Something that confirms; verification.
      3. A Christian rite admitting a baptized person to full membership in a church.