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Confirmation

Antonyms for confirmation:

contradiction, denial, rejection.

Synonyms for confirmation:

Sense 1

diploma.

Sense 2

testimonial, testament.

acceptance

adoption.

declaration

voucher.

excuse

justification.

verification

verifying.

Sense 4 (noun)

testimonial, testament.

affirmation (noun)

admission, acknowledgment, testimony, attestation, oath, assertion, corroboration, avowal, declaration, verification, statement, submission, proclamation, validation, assurance, warranty, certification, pledge, promise, pronouncement.

approval (noun)

acceptance, sanction, ratification, authentication, approval, permission, consent, endorsement, affirmation, approbation, Underwriting, assent.

authorization (noun)

authorization, notarization, blessing, license, commission, warrant, enfranchisement, entitlement, empowerment, agreement, designation.

cognition (noun)

check, substantiation, verification.

confirmation (noun)

check, ratification, substantiation, verification.

evidence (noun)

deposition, connotation, indication, evidence, illustration, documentation, demonstration, support, specimen, proof, establishment, observation, exhibit, information, determination, data, substantiation, exemplification, counter-evidence, manifestation, quotation, fact.

ratification, validation, proof (noun)

approval, substantiation, testimony, agreement, authentication, admission, avowal, testimonial, verification, evidence, testament, corroboration, authorization, attestation, support, sanction, consent, verifying, affirmation, witness, assent, endorsement, acceptance.

rite (noun)

Siddur, remembrance, sacrament, observance, matrimony, missal, baptism, nones, vesper, revival, ceremony, marriage, wedlock, solemnization, holiday, canon, convocation, rite, eucharist, celebration, last rites, novena, christening, evensong, initiation, liturgy, transubstantiation, ritual, service, mass, communion, sacrifice.

testament (noun)

exemplification.

validation (noun)

authority.

Usage examples for confirmation:

  • After her confirmation, she went to help at the storekeeper's, and was there another year. - "Growth of the Soil", Knut Hamsun.
  • Science he counted his best friend; relied on it for confirmation of his faith, and was only impatient because it moved no faster. - "Recollections and Impressions 1822-1890", Octavius Brooks Frothingham.

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