Definition of Affirm:

  1. To confirm a lower courts judgment on appeal.

  2. State as a fact; assert strongly and publicly.

  3. See affirmation of contract.

  4. Offer (someone) emotional support or encouragement.

  5. To solemnly pledge to tell the truth in a court, instead of taking (or swearing under) an oath.

Synonyms of Affirm

OK, Accept, Accredit, Acknowledge, Allege, Amen, Announce, Annunciate, Approve, Argue, Assert, Assever, Asseverate, Attest, Authenticate, Authorize, Autograph, Aver, Avouch, Avow, Back, Back up, Bear out, Bear witness, Bolster, Buttress, Certify, Circumstantiate, Confess, Confirm, Contend, Corroborate, Cosign, Countersign, Declare, Declare roundly, Depone, Depose, Disclose, Document, Endorse, Enunciate, Express, Express the belief, Fortify, Give evidence, Give notice, Give permission, Give the go-ahead, Give the imprimatur, Give thumbs up, Guarantee, Have, Hold, Initial, Insist, Issue a manifesto, Issue a statement, Lay down, Maintain, Make a statement, Make an announcement, Manifesto, Notarize, Nuncupate, Pass, Pass on, Pass upon, Permit, Predicate, Probate, Proclaim, Profess, Pronounce, Protest, Prove, Publish a manifesto, Put, Put it, Quote, Ratify, Recite, Reinforce, Relate, Report, Rubber stamp, Sanction, Say, Say amen to, Seal, Second, Set down, Sign, Sign and seal, Speak, Speak out, Speak up, Stand for, Stand on, State, Strengthen, Submit, Subscribe to, Substantiate, Support, Sustain, Swear, Swear and affirm, Swear to, Testify, Undergird, Undersign, Underwrite, Uphold, Validate, Verify, Visa, Vise, Vouch, Vow, Warrant, Witness, Declare, State, Assert, Aver, Proclaim, Pronounce, Attest, Swear, Avow, Vow, Guarantee, Promise, Certify, Pledge, Give ones word, Give an undertaking

How to use Affirm in a sentence?

  1. He affirmed the countrys commitment to peace.
  2. There are five common ways parents fail to affirm their children.

Meaning of Affirm & Affirm Definition