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inveterate, confirmed, chronic mean firmly established. inveterate applies to a habit, attitude, or feeling of such long existence as to be practically ineradicable or unalterable.
    • an inveterate smoker
confirmed implies a growing stronger and firmer with time so as to resist change or reform.
    • a confirmed bachelor
chronic suggests something that is persistent or endlessly recurrent and troublesome.
    • a chronic complainer

confirmed

verb , past tense of confirm

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1 to give evidence or testimony to the truth or factualness of
  • several eyewitnesses who can confirm the defendant's account of what happened
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