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reaffirmed

verb
past tense of reaffirm

Synonyms & Antonyms of reaffirmed

to formally state (something) again in order to emphasize that it is true
  • The President reaffirmed his commitment to cutting taxes.
  • She reaffirmed her stance on the issue.

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