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  • 1 confirmed — A plan of reorganization in Chapter 11, 12 or 13 approved by the court and binding on the parties is said to be confirmed. (Bankruptcy in Brief) United Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms 2012 …

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  • 2 confirmed — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ firmly established in a habit, belief, or way of life: a confirmed bachelor …

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  • 3 confirmed — [kən fʉrmd′] adj. 1. firmly established, as in a habit or condition; habitual [a confirmed bachelor] 2. chronic, as a disease 3. corroborated; proved 4. a) having received Christian confirmation b) having reaffirmed belief through Jewish… …

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  • 4 confirmed — index accustomed (customary), agreed (promised), arrant (definite), certain (fixed), chro …

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  • 5 confirmed — late 14c., of diseases, firmly established, pp. adj. from CONFIRM (Cf. confirm). Of persons and their habits, from 1826 …

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  • 6 confirmed — *inveterate, chronic, deep seated, deep rooted Analogous words: established, fixed, set, settled (see SET vb): *hardened, indurated, callous …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 7 confirmed — [adj] habitual; rooted accepted, accustomed, chronic, deep rooted, deep seated, dyed in the wool*, entrenched, firmly established, fixed, habituated, hardened, hard shell*, ingrained, inured, inveterate, long established, proved, seasoned,… …

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  • 8 confirmed — confirmedly /keuhn fur mid lee/, adv. confirmedness /keuhn ferr mid nis, ferrmd /, n. /keuhn ferrmd /, adj. 1. made certain as to truth, accuracy, validity, availability, etc.: confirmed reports of new fighting at the front; confirmed… …

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  • 9 confirmed — con|firmed [ kən fɜrmd ] adjective 1. ) only before noun always living in a particular way, having a particular belief, or behaving in a particular way: He is a confirmed bachelor. a confirmed atheist 2. ) proved and therefore known to be true or …

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  • 10 confirmed — [[t]kənfɜ͟ː(r)md[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n You use confirmed to describe someone who has a particular habit or belief that they are very unlikely to change. I m a confirmed bachelor... Leonard, a confirmed atheist, simply could not understand …

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  • 11 confirmed — UK [kənˈfɜː(r)md] / US [kənˈfɜrmd] adjective 1) [only before noun] always living in a particular way, having a particular belief, or behaving in a particular way He is a confirmed bachelor. a confirmed atheist 2) proved and therefore known to be… …

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  • 12 confirmed — adjective Date: 14th century 1. a. marked by long continuance and likely to persist < a confirmed habit > b. fixed in habit and unlikely to change < a confirmed do gooder > 2. having received the rite of confir …

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  • 13 confirmed — adjective a) having a settled habit; inveterate or habitual a confirmed liar b) verified or ratified a confirmed treaty Ant …

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  • 14 confirmed — adj. firmly settled in some habit or condition (confirmed in his ways; a confirmed bachelor) …

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  • 15 confirmed — adj. Confirmed is used with these nouns: ↑bachelor, ↑case, ↑sighting …

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  • 16 confirmed — con|firmed [kənˈfə:md US ə:r ] adj a confirmed bachelor/atheist/vegetarian etc someone who seems completely happy with the way of life they have chosen …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 confirmed — adjective firmly established in a habit, belief, or way of life: a confirmed bachelor …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 18 confirmed — adjective a confirmed bachelor/alcoholic/vegetarian etc someone who seems completely happy with the way of life they have chosen …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19 confirmed — adjective he s a confirmed gambler Syn: established, long standing, committed, dyed in the wool, through and through; staunch, loyal, faithful, devoted, dedicated, steadfast; habitual, compulsive, persistent; unapologetic, unashamed, inveterate,… …

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  • 20 confirmed — con•firmed [[t]kənˈfɜrmd[/t]] adj. 1) made certain as to truth, accuracy, validity, etc 2) settled; ratified 3) firmly established in a habit or condition; inveterate: a confirmed bachelor[/ex] 4) given additional determination; made resolute 5)… …

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