Definition of reconfirm
: to confirm again; also : to establish more strongly
reconfirmationplay \(ˌ)rē-ˌkän-fər-ˈmā-shən\ noun
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A state district court threw out a lawsuit last week claiming that White could not continue to hold his position because he had not been reconfirmed by the Louisiana Senate or reappointed by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Her Paris trip has only reconfirmed that nobody rocks couture quite like Dion, with an appearance at the Palais Garnier opera house last week in head-to-toe Balmain.
This trip reconfirmed my belief that in many ways, people all over the world are the same.
While reconfirming America’s commitment to NATO and Article 5 … This did not happen.
His speech at NATO last week never explicitly reconfirmed his commitment to Article 5, which states that an attack on one NATO ally is an attack on all.
Trump's top advisers say the president reconfirmed NATO's Article 5.
While reconfirming America’s commitment to NATO and Article 5, the president challenged our allies to share equitably the responsibility for our mutual defense.
While reconfirming America’s commitment to NATO and Article 5 …
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