validate[ val-i-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF validate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VALIDATE
Time moved on, and with it came the parish priest to validate the marriage.
This is all that is necessary to validate the use of images to be made in the sequel.
Let there be no mistake about it: we have been brought here to validate that conclusion.
The theory of value is to interpret, validate, and guide the theory of prices.
Thus Mary attempts to validate the situation and make it "by no means contrary to probability."
The law was framed to validate a procedure more or less established by mining custom.
The answers to these questions would do a great deal to validate the plan we had adopted.
If man is to hold no beliefs except those proved valid by experience, how can there be any to validate?
Of course, it is our hope that this test will validate Rapid Dominance as a legitimate doctrine.
True ideas are those which we can assimilate, validate, corroborate, and verify.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VALIDATE
- be positive
- bring forward
- give out
- put forward
- set forth