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1. Being firmly settled in habit; inveterate. See Synonyms at chronic.
2. Having been ratified; verified.
3. Having received the rite of confirmation.

con·firm′ed·ly (-fûr′mĭd-lē) adv.
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The journalist is afraid of the invisible red line he might cross at some point, in a country where overly critical reports can go hand-in-hand with prosecution on a frequency that can hardly be explained as coincidence and sometimes confirmedly is not .
While gripping his table and fervently pointing his finger at me he strongly, loudly, and confirmedly assertedly, "The fact is YOU telling me to see race and gender IS racist and sexist
The company confirmedly provides the most technologically sound solution in the market.