If Hagel is confirmed but roughed up in the process, the administration will be forced to spend valuable capital.
Royal aides have confirmed that William will be able to use a “work” helicopter if one is available.
The International Committee of the Red Cross confirmed that the rescue mission began on Friday evening.
The fears of the Zionists were confirmed after three years of non-stop production.
At the end of the day, there were only three confirmed arrests and three tickets.
It is therefore not subject to "revisal" except from my own re-reading, and such re-reading has only confirmed it.
The testimony of Pericles, Alcibiades, and Plato, confirmed the truth of his words.
Presently his eyes coming to themselves, confirmed the fact that he was in the midst of a notable number of the unwashed.
My former suspicions that Mr. Giles must have been in this neighbourhood were now confirmed.
He had vaguely felt that he was trespassing when he first entered the hotel, and now his doubts were confirmed.
late 14c., of diseases, "firmly established," past participle adjective from confirm. Of persons and their habits, from 1826.
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.