Synonym: certify, check, confirm, demonstrate, document, establish, justify, show, substantiate, verify. Antonym: suppose. Similar words: approve, proverb, improved, approve of, improvement, provide, province, provoke. Meaning: [pruːv] v. 1. be shown or be found to be 2. establish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment 3. provide evidence for 4. prove formally; demonstrate by a mathematical, formal proof 5. put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to 6. increase in volume 7. cause to puff up with a leaven 8. take a trial impression of 9. obtain probate of.

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3. We could not

*prove*he was concerned with the crime, so we had to release him.4. Just give me a chance and I'll

*prove*it to you.5. This win could

*prove*to be a historic turning point in the fortunes of the team.6. The prosecution has to

*prove*beyond reasonable doubt that he is guilty of murder.7. My tears, my grief it can only

*prove*.8. What are you trying to

*prove*?9. I very much hope that this case will

*prove*to be a catalyst for change.10. Why not be the person to

*prove*anything,to live better,is for youself.11. This scandal could

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12. He's just saying that to

*prove*a point .13. Are you just doing this to

*prove*a point?14. Having a car in the city might

*prove*a hindrance.15. You're wrong, and I can

*prove*it.16. If she gets ill again it could

*prove*fatal.17. The might of the army could

*prove*a decisive factor.18. Philosophers use logic to

*prove*their arguments.19. Tax-cutting proposals could

*prove*irresistible to lawmakers.20. It is impossible to

*prove*the existence of God.21. Why did he feel he had to

*prove*his manhood in the company of women?22. Making the wrong decision could

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*prove*fatal .28. If the language can not express, I am willing to

*prove*that life.29. Granted that you are correct, you may find it hard to

*prove*your point.30. There is the strong possibility that such cooperation will

*prove*unworkable.