# Proof in a sentence ðŸ”Š

#### Definition of Proof

Used in proving or testing. | Firm or successful in resisting. | (of alcoholic liquors) Being of a certain standard as to alcohol content.

## Short Example Sentences for Proof

- 1. She soon had
**proof**of it. ðŸ”Š - 2. The
**proof**of his death is too plain. ðŸ”Š - 3. That we are here, is
**proof**we ought to be here. ðŸ”Š - 4. Plainer
**proof**of his utter unsophistication could not be. ðŸ”Š - 5. That a man would give up his gun was
**proof**enough of that. ðŸ”Š - 6. Wilt fly, and art not
**proof**against dizziness? ðŸ”Š - 7. The gas theory lacks experimental
**proof**also. ðŸ”Š - 8. I had seen her; and she gave marvellous
**proof**of it now. ðŸ”Š - 9. But I was
**proof**against any temptation to return. ðŸ”Š - 10. It's a
**proof**that one has pure blood in one's veins. ðŸ”Š - 11. I should judge the rubber juice to have been of very high
**proof**indeed. ðŸ”Š - 12. However, there was no
**proof**that they were upon the correct considerations. ðŸ”Š - 13. He was also brave, but his heart was not
**proof**against this loss. ðŸ”Š - 14. What
**proof**of infidelity, like the toleration and propagandism of slavery? ðŸ”Š - 15. Not after this," he said, and gave apt
**proof**that he meant it. ðŸ”Š

## How to use Proof in Sentences?

- 1. And where is yet farther
**proof**of the truth of the theory of descent to be found? ðŸ”Š - 2. She gave up when she found me
**proof**against an argument that had hitherto always disarmed me. ðŸ”Š - 3. I thought then the matter was ended once for all, but the
**proof**of the pudding is in the eating! ðŸ”Š - 4. The second case to which we alluded affords a still stronger
**proof**of their degeneracy. ðŸ”Š - 5. I could love no other woman after seeing you, and this you should know with no
**proof**but my word. ðŸ”Š - 6. What
**proof**of skepticism like the base rate at which the highest mental and moral gifts are held? ðŸ”Š - 7. Your success, however, warrants me in demanding further
**proof**of your boasted ability. ðŸ”Š - 8. It was the first certain
**proof**of her power over Jonah, and she chattered gaily. ðŸ”Š - 9. Mrs Yabsley, who was no fool, looked for some
**proof**of the story, and was satisfied. ðŸ”Š - 10. It's plain you've no legal
**proof**against Juniper; you may be mistaken, after all. ðŸ”Š - 11. Each day I gave him a new
**proof**of my friendship, and I endeavoured to satisfy his desires. ðŸ”Š - 12. I challenge the
**proof**of any one apparent historical fact, in either Old or New Testament. ðŸ”Š - 13. With these it is self-evident that any
**proof**by experiment of a common origin is wholly impossible. ðŸ”Š - 14. A
**proof**of this was the manner in which she was keeping garrisons in the western posts which she had agreed to surrender. ðŸ”Š - 15. To this therefore the accused has an absolute right, if the
**proof**is to be made final and the judges to be convinced. ðŸ”Š - 16. He did not mention Wickersham, for he felt that until he had the
**proof**of his marriage he had no right to do so. ðŸ”Š - 17. She had
**proof**that this minister was her bitterest enemy, and that he made use of the most criminal means in order to blacken her reputation. ðŸ”Š - 18. Much may be done by re-writing your book on the
**proof**sheets, correcting everything there which you should have corrected in manuscript. ðŸ”Š - 19. You are in armour of
**proof**from head to heel; whereas, there is a joint in my harness open to every blow. ðŸ”Š - 20. Above all, there was a two-handled sword, which he could hardly wield; but which he displayed as a
**proof**that there had been giants in his family. ðŸ”Š