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Another word for prove

  1. To establish as true or genuine

  2. To subject to a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

      1. To test something in order to see if it works.
      2. (intransitive) To undergo a test before being selected; to audition.
      1. To make an effort to do or accomplish (something); attempt:
      2. To taste, sample, or otherwise test in order to determine strength, effect, worth, or desirability:
      3. To make an effort to open (a closed door or window).
      1. A procedure for critical evaluation; a means of determining the presence, quality, or truth of something; a trial:
      2. A series of questions, problems, or physical responses designed to determine knowledge, intelligence, or ability.
      3. A basis for evaluation or judgment:
      1. To observe carefully or critically; inspect:
      2. To study or analyze:
      3. To test or check the condition or health of:
      1. A short literary composition on a single subject, usually presenting the personal view of the author.
      2. Something resembling such a composition:
      3. A testing or trial of the value or nature of a thing:
      1. A piece of paper that is a negotiable instrument drawn on a bank and payable on demand to the person identified as the payee. A piece of paper that is a negotiable instrument drawn on a bank and payable on demand to the person identified as the payee.
      1. Qualitative or quantitative analysis of a metal or ore to determine its components.
      2. A substance to be so analyzed.
      3. The result of such an analysis.
  3. To participate in or partake of personally

      1. To experience or be subjected to:
      1. To distinguish the flavor of by taking into the mouth.
      2. To eat or drink a small quantity of.
      3. To partake of, especially for the first time; experience:
      1. To feel pain or distress; sustain injury or harm:
      2. To have a specified shortcoming or weakness:
      3. To sustain a loss, setback, or decline in effectiveness; become worse:
      1. To perceive with the eye:
      2. To detect by means analogous to use of the eye:
      3. To attend or view as a spectator:
      1. To come into the presence of by chance or arrangement:
      2. To come into the company of:
      3. To be introduced to; make the acquaintance of:
      1. To perceive directly; grasp in the mind with clarity or certainty.
      2. To regard as true beyond doubt:
      3. To have a practical understanding of, as through experience; be skilled in:
      1. To be in possession of:
      2. To possess as a characteristic, quality, or function:
      3. To possess or contain as a constituent part:
      1. (literally) To travel from one end of something to the other.
      2. To examine or scrutinize (a number or series of things), especially in a regular order.
      3. To enact or recite the entire length of (something).
      1. To perceive through the sense of touch:
      2. To perceive as a physical sensation:
      3. To touch:
      1. The apprehension of an object, thought, or emotion through the senses or mind:
      2. Active participation in events or activities, leading to the accumulation of knowledge or skill:
      3. The knowledge or skill so derived.

Another word for prove