ratify[ rat-uh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF ratify
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RATIFY
Take them to the Kadi after prayers in the morning, and he will ratify your title.
But Mary would not ratify it—at least so far as this last article was concerned.
And Magennis grasped him in his own strong fingers to ratify the contract.
What you will sign is a promise to ratify the treaty on your accession to the throne.
Are you ready to ratify the words when His emptying begins to come?
The first act of the new legislature was to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment.
Laws and statesmen for the most part indicate and ratify, but do not create.
It was no time or place to ratify a compact for her husband in his absence.
To the other Italian powers a month was allowed to ratify the treaty.
He was so willing that he sent an envoy to Boston to ratify a treaty.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR RATIFY
- go for
- keep alive
- keep from falling
- keep going
- lend a hand
- provide for
- shore up
- stand by
- stick up for