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# proved

#### Justified vs Proved - What's the difference?

justified | proved |

## As verbs the difference between justified and proved

is that justified is (justify) while proved is (prove).

is having a justification.

#### Substantiate vs Proved - What's the difference?

substantiate | proved |

## As verbs the difference between substantiate and proved

is that substantiate is to verify something by supplying evidence; to authenticate or corroborate while proved is (prove).

#### Proved vs Attributed - What's the difference?

proved | attributed |

## As verbs the difference between proved and attributed

is that proved is (prove) while attributed is (attribute).

#### Treated vs Proved - What's the difference?

treated | proved |

## As verbs the difference between treated and proved

is that treated is (treat) while proved is (prove).

#### Proved vs Substantiated - What's the difference?

proved | substantiated |

## As verbs the difference between proved and substantiated

is that proved is (prove) while substantiated is (substantiate).

#### Tempted vs Proved - What's the difference?

tempted | proved |

## As verbs the difference between tempted and proved

is that tempted is (tempt) while proved is (prove).

#### Proved vs Checked - What's the difference?

proved | checked |

## As verbs the difference between proved and checked

is that proved is (prove) while checked is (check).

## As an adjective checked is

(north america) having a pattern of checks; checkered.

#### Showed vs Proved - What's the difference?

showed | proved |

## As verbs the difference between showed and proved

is that showed is (show) while proved is (prove).

#### Demonstrated vs Proved - What's the difference?

demonstrated | proved |

## As verbs the difference between demonstrated and proved

is that demonstrated is (demonstrate) while proved is (prove).

#### Approve vs Proved - What's the difference?

approve | proved |

## As verbs the difference between approve and proved

is that approve is to sanction officially; to ratify; to confirm or approve can be (english law) to make profit of; to convert to one's own profit;—said especially of waste or common land appropriated by the lord of the manor while proved is (prove).