|proof which counters other proof; defensive proof||counterproof|
|(Football) defensive or offensive players who are positioned behind the line or behind the linebackers; area in which the backfield are positioned, area of field, positions||backfield|
|A formal document used to record a fact and used as proof of the fact, for example stock certificates, which evidence ownership of stock in a corporation.||Certificate|
|a trademark for a reinforcing material used in bulletproof vests and tires, brand name of a strong heat-resistant aramid fiber developed by DuPont (used in bullet-proof vests, fiber-optic cables, and more)||Kevlar|
|ability to be substantiated, ability to be verified with evidence or proof||provability|
|acceptance into church, ceremony marking beginning of responsible adulthood, confirming something, formal approval; proof; verification; coming of age ceremony (Christianity, Judaism), something that confirms something else||confirmation|
|act of deriving something, proof, source, origin; something that has been derived; act of deriving; (Grammar) process of making new words from a root word (ex: "painting from the word "paint"), word formation||derivation|
|act of deterring, impeding, hindering (especially by means of threats or fear), defensive policy, something that deters||deterrence|
|act of grabbing and drawing away; influence; press proof, test print used for proofreading before a print run (Printing); handle, grip, apply force to a trigger, attract crowd, deep inhaling or gulp, do something underhand, draw a load, draw a physical...||pull|
|act of guarding, body protection, careful watch; sentry, watchman; protection; alertness, defense; carefulness; conductor (British), ceremonial escort, control, control passage through place, defensive position in basketball, gardai, hamper opponent, l...||guard|
|act of making changes, alteration; proof sheet made to verify changes made and check for additional errors, alter something for correction or updating, give updated version of something, late stage of printed proof, make changes in order to improve som...||revise|
|act of registering or being registered, enrollment, act of entering into an official record, choice of combinations of organ stops, combination of organ stops, enrolment process, entry in register, legal proof for vehicle, people registering together||registration|
|act of standing, act of standing; halt; position; stance, point of view; defensive effort; raised platform; kiosk which sells or distributes items; taxi station; piece of furniture on which items are stored or displayed; seat for witnesses during a cou...||stand|
|action which opposes or counteracts another measure, defensive reaction||countermeasure|
|actual course of events, actuality; reality; deed; proof (Law), piece of information, something based on evidence, something known to be true, truth or reality of something||fact|
|address an envelope, at a distance, back of an animal, backward, to the rear; to the past, be behind something, after, bet on outcome of race, change direction, defensive player, dorsal area; part of a chair where the back rests; rear part of the human...||back|
|adopt something, pretend something, suppose, surmise, suppose to be true (especially without proof); take on a position or duty; adopt an idea or cause, take on role, take responsibility for something||assume|
|affidavit, confirmation of procedures, substantiation, proof, confirmatory evidence, establishment of truth||verification|
|affirm, assert without proof, give something as reason, refer to something, state; argue; assert||allege|
|affirmation; proof; declaration||averment|
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