prove[ proov ]SEE DEFINITION OF prove
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROVE
As for this new edict, it will prove a rebounding arrow, striking him who sent it.
Everything combines to prove the accuracy of my observations.
"I'll prove to you that I am worthy of your trust," she said with shining eyes.
"I think this job is going to prove worth while," he returned.
We prove that we are nearer the truth by our greater command of the Father's resources.
Cheap jars are likely to be seconds and will not prove so satisfactory.
To my mind the long-bow is a better weapon than the arbalest, but it may be ill for me to prove it.
They will then prove not only valuable, but entirely unharmful.
He cannot deny having had the book, for you have his own signature to prove it.
"But I can prove it, because I have the letter and the bank book," said Linda.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR PROVE
- blurt out
- clue in
- come clean
- come out
- dump on
- humble oneself
- let on
- level with
- make clean breast of
- open one's heart
- own up
- rat on
- sound off
- spill the beans
- spit out
- tip hand