- v. Simple past tense and past participle of prove.
- adj. established beyond doubt
“Whereas Belgium, having refused to accept the proposals made to her on several occasions by Germany, is affording her military assistance to France and Great Britain, both of which Powers have declared war upon Austria-Hungary, and whereas, as has just been proved (_no indication as to how or when it has been proved_),”
“The term proved to be crucial for the diagnosis and treatment of minds and bodies of people.”
“The only thing Hillary's PA squeeky win proved is that there are a lot of racist, old, uneducated morons in that state.”
“P.S. We have chosen twelve trustees, all of whom are members of our church, whose names are specified in the title; the title proved and recorded in the S.cretary's office of this island.”
“P.S. -- We have chosen twelve Trustees, all of whom are members of our church, whose names are specified in the title; the title proved and recorded in the Secretary's office of this island.”
“During this time, he purchased a farm in Addison, it is supposed of Ira Allen, a brother of the redoubtable Ethan Allen; but the title proved, as so often happened, with the early settlers to be defective.”
“Once again the title proved popular enough to force a sequel, which, unfortunately, was let down by the fact that the series had become a little repetitive.”
“Upon expansion this term proved to mean something uncomplimentary, a daughter of Mars, a young soul and pertaining to some lowly plane in the astrological cosmos.”
“None of this was White's fault, who once again proved that she is both a pro and an extremely good sport.”
“Panels and sleep again proved more attractive than parties to me.”
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