# proved

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

proved | emphasise |## As verbs the difference between **proved** and **emphasise**

is that **proved**is (

*prove*) while

**emphasise**is (

*british*).

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

proved | emphasize |## As verbs the difference between **proved** and **emphasize**

is that **proved**is (

*prove*) while

**emphasize**is to stress, give emphasis or extra weight to (something).

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

proveable | proved |## As an adjective **proveable**

is alternative form of lang=en. ## As a verb **proved** is

past tense of prove.
#### Proved vs Stipulate - What's the difference?

proved | stipulate |## As verbs the difference between **proved** and **stipulate**

is that **proved**is (

*prove*) while

**stipulate**is to require (something) as a condition of a contract or agreement.

## As an adjective **stipulate** is

(botany) having stipules; that is, having outgrowths borne on either side of the base of the leafstalk.
#### Valid vs Proved - What's the difference?

valid | proved |## As an adjective **valid**

is valid. ## As a verb **proved** is

(*prove*).

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

proved | verified |## As verbs the difference between **proved** and **verified**

is that **proved**is past tense of prove while

**verified**is past tense of verify.

## As an adjective **verified** is

subject to positive verification.
#### Test vs Proved - What's the difference?

test | proved |## As a noun **test**

is . ## As a verb **proved** is

(*prove*).

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

convinced | proved |## As verbs the difference between **convinced** and **proved**

is that **convinced**is past tense of convince while

**proved**is past tense of prove.

## As an adjective **convinced**

is in a state of believing, especially from evidence but not necessarily. #### Proved vs Proofed - What's the difference?

proved | proofed |## As verbs the difference between **proved** and **proofed**

is that **proved**is past tense of prove while

**proofed**is past tense of proof.

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

assumed | proved |## As verbs the difference between **assumed** and **proved**

is that **assumed**is (

*assume*) while

**proved**is (

*prove*).