What is another word for reaffirm?

206 synonyms found


[ ɹˌiːɐfˈɜːm], [ ɹˌiːɐfˈɜːm], [ ɹ_ˌiː__ɐ_f_ˈɜː_m]

Reaffirm is a verb that means to state again or to confirm the validity of something previously stated. There are several synonyms for the word reaffirm that can be used interchangeably depending on the context in which the word is being used. Some of the most common synonyms for reaffirm include reassert, confirm, validate, ratify, endorse, approve, verify, substantiate, and bolster. Each of these synonyms has its own unique nuance, but they all communicate the idea of restating or confirming something that has already been said or established. Using synonyms for reaffirm can help to add variety and depth to written or spoken communication.

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What are the opposite words for reaffirm?

The word "reaffirm" means to confirm, assert or declare something again. On the contrary, the antonyms for reaffirm are to deny, contradict or disavow. Other antonyms for reaffirm include disclaim, challenge or refute. These words indicate disagreement or unacceptance, either from a personal or public perspective. When an assertion is made, and it is rejected or challenged, it means that there is a lack of certainty, and the information is not valid. It is essential always to have an open mind and be willing to accept different opinions or viewpoints to avoid disavowing things that may be true.

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