Part of speech:
To verify is to confirm the accuracy or truth of something.
To show, feel, or express approval:
To prove that something, such as a document, is what it purports to be, especially so that the item can be admitted into evidence at a trial or hearing. For example, a party wishing to admit a letter into evidence may ask the witness whether it is, indeed, the letter he received, does he recognize the handwriting, and similar questions.
To establish the soundness, accuracy, or legitimacy of:
To set up (a government, nation, business, etc.); found; institute
To make firm; strengthen; establish; encourage
To strengthen (a military force) with additional personnel or equipment.
Demonstrate means to march or protest against something with a group.
To show (oneself) to be what is specified or to have a certain characteristic:
Sustain is defined as to support something or to endure a trial or hardship.
To settle definitely and conclusively; make final:
To assure means to make a commitment or promise.
To make more certain the validity of; confirm; bolster; support
To excrete (body wastes).
To cause to move backward or in a reverse direction:
To make a statement based on personal knowledge in support of an asserted fact; bear witness:
To strengthen and secure (a position) with fortifications.
To authorize or permit; countenance
To resolve (a legal dispute) by agreement between the parties
The definition of affirmation is the act of confirming something to be true, or is a written or oral statement that confirms something is true.
To think (oneself) happy; congratulate (oneself)
To testify (to)
To recommend (a product), often in exchange for payment, as in an advertisement.
The definition of abrogate is defined as to end something, especially when some formal step is needed to end it.
To make invalid; deprive of legal force
To judicially declare something to be void either from the date of decree or ab initio.
To annul, terminate, or revoke a promise or obligation.
To put to death; kill:
To speak in denial; oppose verbally
To prevent or delay (a legislative bill) from becoming law by exercising the power of veto.
To refuse to accept as true or right; reject as unfounded, unreal, etc.
Repudiate is to refuse to have anything to do with or to reject in a public way.
To show to be true or real by giving evidence; prove; confirm
To make evident; indicate; show
(Law) To show an adequate reason for something done
To guarantee (a product).
Show is defined as to bring into view, teach, or display.
To make fixed, settled, or less subject to change:
To approve; adopt:
To affirm or approve, usually after the fact.
To verify; to make good; to substantiate; to establish; to sustain.
In a strong manner; greatly, severely, vigorously, etc.
(Informal, Dial.) To take legal action (against)
An action, declaration, document, or statement that corroborates, ratifies, verifies, gives formal approval, or assures the validity of something. See also advice and consent.
That which corroborates.
A formal investing as with an office, power, or authority, often with appropriate symbols or robes
To sanction officially; authorize.
To sign one’s own name next to one’s own or someone else’s to authenticate, reinforce, or verify the first signature.
To answer or discharge (a claim, debt, legal demand, etc.); to give compensation for.
To close or fasten with a seal:
To keep erect; to support; to sustain; to keep from falling; to maintain.
To warrant; to maintain by affirmations; to attest; to affirm; to avouch.
(With relationship implied by context) To obtain (a pet) from a shelter or the wild.
To position (something) so as to make it balanced, level, or square:
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