- to prove the truth of, as by evidence or testimony; confirm; substantiate: Events verified his prediction.
- to ascertain the truth or correctness of, as by examination, research, or comparison: to verify a spelling.
- to act as ultimate proof or evidence of; serve to confirm.
- to prove or confirm (an allegation).
- to state to be true, especially in legal use, formally or upon oath.
Origin of verify
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Related Words for unverifiablefabulous, storied, fabled, mythical, allegorical, apocryphal, customary, doubtful, dubious, fanciful, imaginary, imaginative, improbable, related, romantic, traditional, unreal, mythological, created, fabricated
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Contemporary Examples of unverifiable
The subjective and unverifiable nature of pain is one of the most challenging aspects of managing it.DEA's Painkiller Crackdown Too Little, Too Late?
August 27, 2014
Unverifiable reports also stated that Heywood had “locked up” Bo Guagua, the 24-year-old son, at a “residence in England.”China: Gu Kailai Blames Murder Plot on Mental Breakdown
August 11, 2012
Historical Examples of unverifiable
In either case, we are in the world of the unverifiable; we take a step in the dark.The Breath of Life
That this knowledge should be mixed with much that was erroneous or unverifiable is not surprising.Human Personality and its Survival of Bodily Death
Frederick W. H. Myers
The second thesis charges me with putting aside "as unverifiable" "everything beyond the bounds of physical science."
Does Mr. Lilly suppose that I put aside "as unverifiable" all the truths of mathematics, of philology, of history?
Let me begin with the first assertion, that I "put aside, as unverifiable, everything which the senses cannot verify."
- to prove to be true; confirm; substantiate
- to check or determine the correctness or truth of by investigation, reference, etc
- law to add a verification to (a pleading); substantiate or confirm (an oath)