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How to use verified in a sentence. Verified pronunciation.

He has verified the promise.
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When wagons arrived to receive issues, stevedores were directed to count out the different articles under the direction of an overseer, and these piles of articles were verified by the officer in charge of the issues.
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Their specimens verified their assertion, and the whole nation were invited to an instant trial.
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Hence it is proved and verified that in man there is a power of discovery by which he is distinguished from the animals, and this is the spirit of man.
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A glance in the direction of Miss Hilbery determined him to make his stand this very night, and accordingly, having let himself in, having verified the presence of Uncle Joseph by means of a bowler hat and a very large umbrella, he gave his orders to the maid, and went upstairs to his room.
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The more serious prediction that she could never possibly earn her living was also verified.
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A new proof of Johnstone's craft was afforded him after he had, in a leisurely way, verified the regularity of his windfall in good London exchange, signed by the millionaire upon his home bankers, and duly stamped.
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They were examined, verified by the list in Lady Charlotte's family record-book, and then taken away-forcibly, of course-by her brother.
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Many of these have been rectified in the happiest manner by ingenious suggestions; and a considerable proportion of these suggestions has been since verified and approved by the discovery of new manuscripts, or the more accurate collation of old ones.
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Other states did the same, or demanded only the formality of a signature, never verified.
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Time and again I tried to hear the echo, but in vain, and an almost verified fact seemed in danger of total annihilation.
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My theory was no longer merely theory, but was, instead, a verified fact, for, sharp, clear, and distinct, the echoes of my voice came back from some buildings an eighth of a mile away!
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The mason wasps, or mud-daubers, build their compartment houses generally in places easily accessible to the investigator; therefore the experiments and observations which I am about to detail can be duplicated and verified without difficulty.
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This statement can be easily verified.
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He collected data which can be verified, but do not often give an impression of life, except the life of a young Cambridge man who is devoted to Gypsies.
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I didn't wait to voice my suspicion to her; I simply left her there, staring helplessly at the confusion, and ran upstairs again: through the dining room, past Jimmy and Aunt Selina, past Leila Mercer and Max, who were flirting on the stairs, up, up to the servants' bedrooms, and there my suspicions were verified.
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It verified his own conviction.
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In that case every point which Maruffi confesses to her must be verified by other means.
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The majority of the portraits are of known persons and can therefore be verified.
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Slight indications, very easily verified, are all that may be set down here; a formal and detailed proof would be altogether too dangerous.
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Examples of Verified

Example #1
Every truly converted man knows from this experience that God answers prayer.
Example #2
Experience abundantly corroborates the teaching.
Example #3
The stevedores then loaded them on the wagons which were to haul them to the different camps.
Example #4
The ammunition which was issued to the troops at this time was drawn at the same place.
Example #5
The long interval which had elapsed since any man had enjoyed a treat so agreeable lent, perhaps, an additional flavour to that which was really excellent; and so enraptured and enthusiastic were the great majority of the people that the propagators of suckers would have had no difficulty, had they pushed the point, in procuring as favourable and exclusive a contract as the market-gardener of ancient days.
Example #6
Long practice, they said, and infinite study, had so perfected them in this art that they now succeeded in producing pine-apples which, both for size and flavour, were not inferior to the boasted produce of a foreign clime.