Sources: 英汉公共大词典; Law Dictionary
Despite Trang's constant affirmations of love, Spenser is still afraid someday she will fall out of love with him.
The man affirmed in assertion that he aimed to accost the accidental affirmation.
By dropping Neon Bible's accusatory standpoint, The Suburbs delivers a life - affirming message similar to Funeral's: We're all in this together.
It should be an act of affirmation by self and not negation by others.
They affirm some personal rights for the slave, but not all.
Maybe was looking to me to affirm whatever that was, if only I could tune into it.
To affirm is to state that it is so, and as you maintain this attitude of mind as true, regardless of all evidence to the contrary, you will receive an answer to your prayer.
Every boy, as he grows up, wants to have his manhood affirmed and the most important person to affirm it is his dad.
How could you lie so glaringly, as to affirm I hated the ``poor child''?
Instead, follow Ephesians 4:15, which says, "Speak the truth in love ." So the key to proper correction: Affirm the person; then correct the behavior.