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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconfirmedcon‧firmed /kənˈfɜːmd $ -ɜːr-/ adjective   a confirmed bachelor/atheist/vegetarian etc
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confirmedThe Commissioner of Inland Revenue made and confirmed assessments on the taxpayer for those years in respect of the profits from sub-licensing the films.The confirmed hard left on the executive is now reduced to two: Tony Benn, and Dennis Skinner.Teachers are not required to give a confirmed level for a pupil at any one moment during the key stage.But he was a confirmed teetotaller.
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