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affirm to ratify or confirm. [1/2 definitions]
attest to confirm, testify to, or prove the genuineness or worth of. [1/2 definitions]
certify to affirm the accuracy or certainty of, esp. in a formal manner; confirm. [1/5 definitions]
check in to telephone or appear in person, esp. periodically, so as to obtain information or confirm one's interest or involvement. [1/2 definitions]
confirmable combined form of confirm.
countercheck to confirm or contradict by a second check; check again. [1/4 definitions]
countersign a second or additional signature, esp. one made to confirm the authenticity of the first. [1/4 definitions]
earnest2 a partial payment from a buyer to confirm a purchase agreement. [1/2 definitions]
find out to discover or confirm (a misdeed, secret, character flaw, crime, or the like). [1/2 definitions]
fortify to lend support to; confirm. [1/5 definitions]
indurate to confirm or establish. [1/6 definitions]
lay (something) to rest to authoritatively confirm or deny something such as a rumor. [1/2 definitions]
ratify to validate, confirm, or establish (something) by giving formal approval or consent.
re-count a count to confirm or correct a previous count, as of ballots in a voting box. [1/2 definitions]
seal1 to guarantee, formalize, or confirm (an agreement or the like). [1/10 definitions]
sustain to confirm; prove; corroborate. [1/8 definitions]
verify to confirm the truth or accuracy of; substantiate; confirm.
vouch to confirm or substantiate by providing evidence, as with practical proof or demonstration. [1/3 definitions]