- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of prove.
“A fair price implies a warranty of title; and the purchaser may have satisfaction from the seller, if he sells goods as his own, and the title proves deficient.”
“Hamilton did add, however, that if the title proves beyond him he would like to see it go to Webber, saying that he admired the Australian's pluckiness in the face of Red Bull's apparent emotional support for Vettel.”
“The title proves illusory: The past will never dissipate, regardless of whether you know or seek it.”
“While a bit of a dirty trick on its part, if the title proves to be better than MW2, no one has the right to judge it.”
“By putting her in the cabinet, Obama could remove a potential thorn in the Senate on issues like health care and a potential rival for the nomination in 2012 if his term proves rocky.”
“Seems to me what this proves is the obvious: Blacks are not even suitable for low skill employment.”
“The fact that ICP is on this label proves that it is the lowest level of musical hell.”
“Oblivion offers a sobering, often heartbreaking surveillance of Lima, Peru's economic despair, although its title proves deceptive insofar as the film finds hope in even the most down-and-out of scenarios.”
“It is equally clear that, if their title proves good, their environment was much less unfavourable than they assumed it to be.”
“The future of physics 2 Stretching the perimeter And this term proves my salary is too small”
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