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Affirmatively

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Adverb

1. affirmatively

in an affirmative manner

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Affirmatively

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adjective
1. 
confirming or asserting something as true or valid
an affirmative statement
2. 
indicating agreement or assent
an affirmative answer
3. logic
a. 
(of a categorial proposition) affirming the satisfaction by the subject of the predicate, as in all birds have feathers; some men are married
b. 
not containing negation
Compare negative (sense 12)
noun
4. 
a positive assertion
5. 
a word or phrase stating agreement or assent, such as yes (esp in the phrase answer in the affirmative)
6. logic
an affirmative proposition
7.  the affirmative
sentence substitute
8. military
a signal codeword used to express assent or confirmation

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Affirmatively

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adjective
1. 
saying that something stated is true; answering “yes”
an affirmative reply
2. 
a. 
bold or confident in asserting
affirmative people
b. 
optimistic or hopeful; not negative or cynical
3.  Logic
affirming something about a subject
“all men are mortal” is an affirmative proposition
adverb, interjection
4. 
yes
so used in radio communication
noun
5. 
a word or expression indicating assent or agreement (Ex.: yes, aye)
6. 
an affirmative statement
7. 
the point of view that upholds the proposition being debated

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.


Affirmatively

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adj.
1. Asserting that something is true or correct, as with the answer "yes": an affirmative reply.
2. Giving assent or approval; confirming: an affirmative vote.
3. Positive; optimistic: an affirmative outlook.
4. Logic Of, relating to, or being a proposition in which the predicate affirms something about the subject, such as the statement apples have seeds.
n.
1. A word or statement of agreement or assent, such as the word yes.
2. The side in a debate that upholds the proposition: Her team will speak for the affirmative.
adv.
Informal Used in place of the response "yes" to express confirmation or consent.

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