verb (used with object), ver·i·fied, ver·i·fy·ing.
- to prove or confirm (an allegation).
- to state to be true, especially in legal use, formally or upon oath.
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Contemporary Examples of verifiable
The mutual, verifiable elimination of nuclear weapons has long been popular among the publics in many nations.Will Obama End the Nuclear Era?
April 12, 2010
We strongly support the early commencement of negotiations on a verifiable Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty.How to End the Nuclear Threat
The Daily Beast
June 10, 2009
Historical Examples of verifiable
That is, it has enabled him to discover a verifiable and verified formula.Social Rights And Duties
Unless these are verifiable I leave them to the care of others, and pass on.Richard Wagner
John F. Runciman
Given a verifiable hypothesis, however, what constitutes proof or disproof?Logic
Physical science is at home only in the experimental, the verifiable.The Breath of Life
And I can truthfully say that, from a religious point of view, their verifiable report is always interesting.What and Where is God?
Richard La Rue Swain