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Definition of "confirming" [confirming]

  • To prove to be true or valid; corroborate; verify (verb)
  • To assert for a second or further time, so as to make more definite (verb)
  • To strengthen or make more firm (verb)
  • To make valid by a formal act or agreement; ratify (verb)
  • To administer the rite of confirmation to (verb)
  • Present participle of confirm. (verb)

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Use "confirming" in a sentence
  • "July 16th, 2009 2: 11 pm ET all the GOP will do while they are "confirming" is drill the same three questions into the ground, shes going to respond to them the same way, all day, everyday. just confirm her and get on with it."
  • "Like the numerical code, the word confirming the security team’s identity was also changed weekly."
  • "This would be going over the edge in confirming their "Just say not to everything" stance, since they have previously supported the concept of not bailing out of Afghanistan."