# proved

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

proved | prowed |## As a verb **proved**

is (*prove*).

## As an adjective **prowed** is

having a (specified kind of) prow.
#### Proved vs Prosed - What's the difference?

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

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

**prosed**is past tense of prose.

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

proved | provend |## As a verb **proved**

is (*prove*).

## As a noun **provend** is

.
#### Proved vs Proked - What's the difference?

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

is that **proved**is (

*prove*) while

**proked**is (

*proke*).

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

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

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

**prooved**is past tense of proove.

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

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

is that **proved**is (

*prove*) while

**droved**is (

*drove*).

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

proved | prover |## As a verb **proved**

is (*prove*).

## As a noun **prover** is

one who or that which proves.
#### Proved vs Prived - What's the difference?

proved | prived |## As a verb **proved**

is past tense of prove. ## As an adjective **prived** is

deprived.
#### Proved vs Probed - What's the difference?

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

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

**probed**is past tense of probe.

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

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

is that **proved**is (

*prove*) while

**roved**is .