Definition of confirm:
patronage, swan, put up, suffer, sanction, employ, pass, vindicate, endure, aver, corroborate, swear, maintain, avow, back up, strengthen, promote, OK, sustain, subscribe, body forth, substantiate, strong, sign on, patronise, patronize, sympathize, keep up, prove, keep going, baptize, indorse, substantiate, underpin, hold up, stomach, clear, abide, benediction, evidence, prolong, anthem, embody, support, settle, hire, baptise, bear, justify, realize, bear out, amen, brook, actualise, the Book of Common Prayer, affirm, digest, celebrate, establish, engage, point to, harden, reassert, gel, get, crystallize, true, sustain, adopt, assert, incarnate, stick out, get behind, make/prove your/a point, plunk for, crystalize, appoint, ratify, speak up for, retain, corroborate, catechism, back, baptism, uphold, have, fend for, ally, defend, vouch for, homologate, plump for, recruit, call down, law, show, underline, actualize, fortify, hold, nourish, keep, realise, solidify, assure, reinforce, formalize, argue, make certain, stand, nurture, finalize, take on, fix, agree with, tolerate, align, accredit, sign.
- ascertain (part of speech: verb)
- authorize (part of speech: verb)
- approve (part of speech: verb)
- evince (part of speech: verb)
- substantiate (part of speech: verb)
- prove (part of speech: verb)
Christian poets, as well as Christian preachers, the business of both being to instruct the people, though the last only are wholly appropriated to it, should endeavour to confirm, and spread their own religion.- "The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland (1753),Vol. V.", Theophilus Cibber.
- "Browning and the Dramatic Monologue", S. S. Curry.
- "The Busie Body", Susanna Centlivre Commentator: Jess Byrd.