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acknowledge to admit or recognize the truth, existence, fact, or validity of. [1/4 definitions]
annul to remove the legal validity of. [1/2 definitions]
authenticate to prove the genuineness, reality, or validity of.
certify to attest to or assure of the validity or accuracy of something. [1/5 definitions]
control to assure the validity of by providing a means of comparison, esp. in scientific research. [1/9 definitions]
convinced completely accepting of the validity of something because of another's persuasion. [1/2 definitions]
convincing able to make one believe in the validity or truth of what is being presented.
disallow to deny the truth or validity of. [1/2 definitions]
disclaim to deny the validity or authority of. [1/4 definitions]
dispute to question the value, validity, or correctness of; challenge. [1/7 definitions]
empiric one who believes that practical experience is the only test of the validity of knowledge.
guinea pig one subjected to a new or experimental procedure in order to test its validity or effectiveness. [1/2 definitions]
intolerance inability or unwillingness to accept the existence or validity of opinions, beliefs, customs, and practices different from one's own.
intolerant unable or unwilling to accept the existence or validity of opinions, beliefs, customs, and practices different from one's own; not tolerant. [1/2 definitions]
nonvalidity combined form of validity.
nullity that which is null or invalid, esp. something without legal force or validity. [1/2 definitions]
probate of or pertaining to the establishment of the authenticity and validity of a will or wills, or to the court in which this is done. [2/3 definitions]
recognition acknowledgment of the validity of something. [1/4 definitions]
sustain to uphold the validity or correctness of. [1/8 definitions]
vindicate to show the validity of. [1/2 definitions]
warranty any of various types of guarantees as to the nature, validity, or truth of some element in a transaction. [1/3 definitions]