verified[ ver-uh-fahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF verified
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VERIFIED
The miraculous, which could not be verified, must be a food necessary to human despair.
This curious discovery of Professor Blake has been verified by myself.
The truth of this is verified to us on the present occasion.
This was exactly what Bismarck wished to ascertain, and his suspicions were verified.
How is it to be verified that the pupil has understood the terms and assimilated the facts?
The declaration of Vose was verified sooner than was expected.
I shall be convinced when I have verified the truth of the reply.
It was the second view in La Masque's caldron, and but one remained to be verified.
All alone she had made her discovery; and alone had gone to have it verified.
Mrs. Knowles tells us of instances where this truth has been verified.