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.
Origin of verify
Synonyms for verify
Related Words for verifiesauthenticate, prove, substantiate, certify, corroborate, demonstrate, establish, check, justify, double-check, attest, peg, eye, support, try, debunk, settle, test, document, size
Examples from the Web for verifies
Contemporary Examples of verifies
As part of her work, Saunders monitors and verifies information conveyed by residents inside Tibetan areas.Dalai Lama, Twitter Rock Star: The Virtual Influence of His Holiness
August 6, 2012
As proof, she offered a document from the National Student Clearinghouse database, which verifies college degrees.Donald Trump's New Obama Conspiracy Theory
April 26, 2011
No one verifies that they are actually attending classes at the school listed on their visa applications.To Hell With Privacy
December 30, 2009
Historical Examples of verifies
She verifies what is so often and so truly said of the mothers of remarkable men.Spare Hours
As Roberts goes and comes, Campbell receives his burdens and verifies them.Evening Dress
W. D. Howells
Their testimony states the conditions and verifies the fact, but does not explain it.
He glances back to the sheet in his hand and verifies his thought.A Little Rebel
Margaret Wolfe Hungerford
Line 18 has a marginal note on 'scower'—'But when he does so, he verifies the Proverb, viz.Minor Poets of the Caroline Period, Vol III