|accumulate, copy computer files, go backward, prove statement, to support somebody||back up|
|admit into religious body, approve; verify, show to be true; strengthen, legally approve, make something definite, prove to be true||confirm|
|agree, concur; confirm, endorse, give something official agreement or acceptance, like somebody or something, prove something||approve|
|approach destination, arrive, become fashionable, become higher, begin speaking, enter, finish in a particular position, participate, prove, substitute||come in|
|appropriate property, ban use or consumption of something, consider somebody guilty, denounce; convict, declare guilty, give somebody a legal sentence, make somebody experience something, pronounce something or somebody as bad, prove guilty||condemn|
|argue strongly, express objection, make a statement of protest; prove, demonstrate (Archaic)||remonstrate|
|argument to prove the existence of God||ontological argument|
|arrive at guilty verdict, prisoner, person convicted of a crime, prove someone guilty of a crime; convince someone of error or wrongdoing, instill someone with a sense of guilt; declare guilty, rule that somebody is guilty, show to be at fault, somebod...||convict|
|assume, take for granted; dare, venture; take liberties, permit oneself, behave arrogantly or overconfidently, believe something to be true, regard something as true without proof, seem to prove something, take advantage||presume|
|attest to truth by affidavit, check whether something is true, confirm the truth of something; ascertain the truth of something (as by investigation); witness or swear to the truth of something (Law), prove something, swear something under oath||verify|
|attest, confirm; guarantee, answer for; prove, substantiate, cite authority, declare something, provide supporting evidence||vouch|
|authorize or prove something with certificate, confirm; authorize by certificate, license, document providing official evidence, document showing conformity to standard, document showing qualification, give certificate to somebody or something, officia...||certificate|
|be current, be the normal thing, be unbeaten and in control, win through, succeed; overcome, surpass, prove superior; predominate, rule, reign||prevail|
|bear witness, declare under oath, attest, declare something under oath in court, make factual statement based on experience, prove or demonstrate, talk about experience as a Christian||testify|
|cause a plant to grow successfully, cause to be recognized, fix permanently, inaugurate, make a church national and official, prove, set up, found; base||establish|
|confirm to be true; authorize; declare insane, confirm truth or accuracy of something, declare somebody to have psychiatric disorder, guarantee payment of check, issue with a certificate, prove quality of somebody or something||certify|
|continue to completion, perform activity or occupation, put on trial, try in a court; file a legal action; conduct, carry out an activity; persist, carry on, take legal action against somebody, try to prove somebody is guilty||prosecute|
|demonstrate or prove, offer proof, show to be true, proof of guilt, something which proves or disproves, sign or proof, statements of witnesses||evidence|
|demonstrate, prove (in Scotland and northern England)||kithe|
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