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  1. confirm, reassertverb

    strengthen or make more firm

    "The witnesses confirmed the victim's account"

    Synonyms:
    support, substantiate, confirm, sustain, affirm, corroborate

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  1. List of paraphrases for "reassert":

    reaffirm, reiterate, restate, re-affirm

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#148support
#3358confirm
#11256sustain
#19474affirm
#36637reiterate
#39584substantiate
#43989reaffirm
#53584restate
#65919corroborate
#98293reassert

How to use reassert in a sentence?

  1. Cyril Almeida:

    The state is awkwardly trying to reassert its primacy, but generations now of Pakistanis have been raised with the belief that their version of religion trumps everything else, the blasphemy law is almost incidental to the larger trend of a radicalized society that has slipped out of the control of a weak state.

  2. Raja Krishnamoorthi:

    The question is are they going to be equipped and are we going to be able to aid them sufficiently to be able to reassert control eventually.

  3. Dipendra Jha:

    The earthquake has rattled the parties, and also shown how a good constitution needs to be part of the reconstruction process, but it should not be a chance for the ruling classes to reassert their power and forget those who are marginalized. I do not want another conflict in the future.

  4. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie:

    We need a forward-looking foreign policy that talks about how to reassert American authority and influence around the world.

  5. Jung Gwang-il:

    Young North Koreans think they owe nothing to Kim Jong Un, he must reassert his ideological control on the young if he doesn’t want to lose the foundation for the future of his family’s dynastic rule.


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