Affg.



affg.
affirming

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  • Affiance

    to pledge by promise of marriage; betroth. a pledging of faith, as a marriage contract. trust; confidence; reliance. Historical Examples Jealousy and distrust are the bane of friendship, whose essence is esteem and affiance. Letters on the Improvement of the Mind Hester Chapone Thus he pledged his faith, and the Duke accepted his affiance. French […]

  • Affianced

    betrothed; engaged. to pledge by promise of marriage; betroth. a pledging of faith, as a marriage contract. trust; confidence; reliance. Historical Examples Will it please you to remember that M. d’Ombreval is my affianced husband? The Trampling of the Lilies Rafael Sabatini Let me explain, then, that we have been affianced from our childhood. Down […]



  • Affiant

    a person who makes an affidavit. Historical Examples The signature should correspond exactly with the name of the affiant stated at the beginning. Copyright: Its History and Its Law Richard Rogers Bowker Where a corporation or firm is the claimant, the affiant should swear as agent. Copyright: Its History and Its Law Richard Rogers Bowker […]

  • Affiche

    a notice posted in a public place; poster. Historical Examples It may be noted in passing that, like Edgar of that name, Mr. W. Wilson has also attempted an affiche. Picture Posters Charles Hiatt And for a young girl to be affiche with Almington her first season is nothing short of tarnishing, Felicia went on, […]



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