confirmed (adj.) Old form(s): confirm'd
resolute, determined, purposeful
Cor I.iii.60[Valeria to Volumnia and Virgilia, of Young Martius] 'Has such a confirmed countenance
MA II.i.351[Don Pedro to all, of Benedick] he is of a noble strain, of approved valour and confirmed honesty
MA V.iv.17[Antonio to Leonato, of giving Hero to Claudio] Which I will do with confirmed countenance
R3 IV.iv.172[Duchess of York to King Richard] Thy age [was] confirmed, proud, subtle
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