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Definitions of PROOF in various dictionaries:

    • noun - any factual evidence that helps to establish the truth of something
    • noun - a formal series of statements showing that if one thing is true something else necessarily follows from it
    • noun - a measure of alcoholic strength expressed as an integer twice the percentage of alcohol present (by volume)
    • noun - (printing) an impression made to check for errors
    • noun - a trial photographic print from a negative
    • noun - the act of validating
    • verb - make or take a proof of, such as a photographic negative, an etching, or typeset
    • verb - knead to reach proper lightness
    • verb - read for errors
    • verb - activate by mixing with water and sometimes sugar or milk
    • verb - make resistant (to harm)
    • adj - (used in combination or as a suffix) able to withstand
    • The evidence or argument that compels the mind to accept an assertion as true.
    • The validation of a proposition by application of specified rules, as of induction or deduction, to assumptions, axioms, and sequentially derived conclusions.
    • A statement or an argument used in such a validation.
    • Convincing or persuasive demonstration: was asked for proof of his identity; an employment history that was proof of her dependability.
    • The state of being convinced or persuaded by consideration of evidence.
    • Determination of the quality of something by testing; trial: put one’s beliefs to the proof.
    • The result or effect of evidence; the establishment or denial of a fact by evidence.
    • The alcoholic strength of a liquor, expressed by a number that is twice the percentage by volume of alcohol present.
    • Printing.
    • A trial sheet of printed material that is made to be checked and corrected.
    • A trial impression of a plate, stone, or block taken at any of various stages in engraving.
    • A trial photographic print.
    • Any of a limited number of newly minted coins or medals struck as specimens and for collectors from a new die on a polished planchet.
    • Proven impenetrability: “I was clothed in Armor of proof” (John Bunyan).
    • Fully or successfully resistant; impervious.
    • Of standard alcoholic strength.
    • Used in proving or making corrections.
    • Printing.
    • To make a trial impression of (printed or engraved matter).
    • To proofread (copy).
    • To activate (dormant dry yeast) by adding water.
    • To work (dough) into proper lightness.
    • To treat so as to make resistant: proof a fabric against shrinkage.
    • To proofread.
    • To become properly light for cooking: The batter proofed overnight.
    • verb - to examine for errors


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There are 5 letters in PROOF: F O O P R

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