Synonyms of confirmed
long-establishedDictionary • I'm a confirmed bachelor.
rooted • a deeply rooted prejudice
chronic • He has always been a chronic smoker.
hardened • hardened criminals
habitual • Three out of four of them would become habitual criminals.
ingrained • Morals tend to be deeply ingrained.
inveterate • an inveterate gambler
dyed-in-the-wool • He was a dyed-in-the-wool conservative.
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chronicYou can describe someone's bad habits or behaviour as chronic when they have behaved like that for a long time and do not seem to be able to stop themselves.
• He has always been a chronic smoker.
dyed-in-the-woolIf you use dyed-in-the-wool to describe someone or their beliefs, you are saying that they have very strong opinions about something, which they refuse to change.
• He was a dyed-in-the-wool conservative.
• Three out of four of them would become habitual criminals.
Thesaurus for confirmed from the Collins English Thesaurus
long-established in a habit, way of life, etc
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