She definitely could confirm a dress by the way she was wearing it.
Due to the ongoing investigation, the Aurora Police Department would not confirm which chemicals were discovered in the apartment.
He tells The Daily Beast how his win did more than confirm his talent—it made him an international ambassador for Palestine.
mid-13c., confirmyn "to ratify," from Old French confermer (13c., Modern French confirmer) "strengthen, establish, consolidate; affirm by proof or evidence; anoint (a king)," from Latin confirmare "make firm, strengthen, establish," from com-, intensive prefix (see com-), + firmare "to strengthen," from firmus (see firm (adj.)). Related: Confirmative; confirmatory.