Similar words: approved, improved, prove, proven, proverb, approve, approve of, proverbial. Meaning: [pruːv] adj. established beyond doubt.
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1 The authoritarian policy wasn't proved to be a success.
2 DNA fingerprinting has proved the clincher in this investigation.
3 Fortunately my suspicions proved groundless .
4 The lawyer proved the innocence of his client.
5 In this country, you are innocent until proved guilty.
6 Many old market buildings have proved highly adaptable.
7 My efforts to go back to sleep proved futile.
8 The authorities proved unyielding on one crucial opposition demand.
9 She has proved her innocence to us.
10 The pilot programme of vaccination proved successful.
11 The negotiations proved to be sterile.
12 It has been proved beyond contradiction.
13 His innocence was proved at last.
14 He has proved his courage in battle.
15 None of the projects proved financially viable.
16 This has proved an effective preventive.
17 This demand proved unrealistic and unworkable.
18 Research has so far proved inconclusive.
19 Today's meeting proved more fruitful than last week's.
20 Her efforts to avoid him proved useless.
21 Events proved the folly of such calculations.
22 The new disease proved contagious.
23 The bronze chariot proved to be a valuable find.
24 Events since the elections have proved the skeptics right.
25 The mouth of the river proved inaccessible.
26 Most of Nigel's worries proved groundless.
27 The suspicion proved amply justified.
28 These machines have proved a real boon to disabled people.
29 Can it be proved that he did commit these offences?
30 The gossip about her later proved to be entirely false.
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