affirmatively

[ uh-fur-muh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF affirmatively

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So much is shown, affirmatively and negatively, by the election.

These were questions which occurred to everyone, and many answered them affirmatively.

If affirmatively, George supposes again that there's an end of it.

Yet she had said it, and women do not lie (affirmatively) about such a matter.

My own mind was fully made up on that point, and affirmatively so.

He added, rather interrogatively than affirmatively, "In the right spirit."

Affirmatively, the voice vibrates with the individual message.

Hollister looked grave, then smiled, then affirmatively nodded.

May be predicated in like manner (affirmatively or negatively) of the latter term (or part of it).

Nor did he deny it affirmatively—other than the remark that you have recorded in your memorandum?

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