from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To prove.
- n. Proof.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of proof, prove.
- A Middle English form of privy.
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But zif it lyke zou, I schalle schewe, how zee schulle knowe and preve, to the ende that zee schulle not ben disceyved.
And thus manye wedded men preve, zif the children ben here owne.
The more that has been done, the less it has seemed to accomplish in the way of real relief, until it has at last become clear that nothing short of entire demolition will ever preve of radical benefit.
Stand utter,  fellow, where dost thou thy courtesy preve?
And the kyng seyng wele that thei wolde not suffre hym to passe withouten bataile, seid to his title mayny, 'Sires and felawes, the yonder men letten us of oure wey; and if thei wol com to us, let every man preve hymself a good man this day, and avaunt banere in the best tyme of the yere.'
Soneday, for reverence of his holy day; and so the Jewe deyde in the preve.
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