## Use prove in a sentence

### Sentences starting with prove

**Prove**it, will you--that's all. [12]**Prove**it," answered the young man, pale and startled, but cool in speech and action. [11]**Prove**the guilt of him who perverted the army and sought to destroy thee. [11]**Prove**yourself worthy, and all may be well--but**prove**yourself you shall. [11]**Prove**me wrong. [11]**Prove**it. [12]

### Sentences ending with prove

- What should it
**prove?**[5] - That's in the power of a doctor to
**prove.**[11] - The legend that one of the Mighty Men of the Kimash Hills came here to play, with invisible hands, the music of the first years of the world, became a truth, though a truth that none could
**prove.**[11] - What is it meant to
**prove?**[2] - We were all lazy and satisfied, now, as the meager entries in my note-book (that sure index, to me, of my condition),
**prove.**[5] - It was no great discovery that we see many things as truths which we cannot
**prove.**[6] - But this law gets little or no attention in the Deerslayer tale, as Natty Bumppo's case will amply
**prove.**[5] - He shrank instinctively from the humdrum, and sought the heights, stormy though these might
**prove.**[9] - What does this duel
**prove?**[2] - After all, what could they
**prove?**[9]

### Short sentences using prove

- I'll
**prove**it to you. [5] - The election returns
**prove**this. [7] - How does it
**prove**it? [5] - I'm going to
**prove**it. [5] - An' I'll soon
**prove**it. [13] - Doesn't that
**prove**it? [9] - Who can
**prove**it? [10] - Shall I
**prove**it? [10] - I can
**prove**it. [10]

### Sentences containing prove two or more times

- Mr. Carvel thought you dead, and we cannot
**prove**undue influence by Grafton unless we also**prove**that it was he who caused your abduction. [9] - I cannot
**prove**to him that he is insane, because you never can**prove**anything to a lunatic--for that is a part of his insanity and the evidence of it. [5] - To
**prove**that Tell did shoot the apple from his son's head would merely**prove**that he had better nerve than most men and was skillful with a bow as a million others who preceded and followed him, but not one whit more so. [5] - She certainly looks innocent enough; but what does a blush
**prove,**and what does its absence**prove,**on one of these innocent faces? [6] - To
**prove**that, he must at once**prove**himself--who he was, whence he came. [11] - Such men, when elected, may
**prove**true; but such votes are given them in the expectation that they will**prove**false. [7] - That hearing would either
**prove**he was the rightful earl--in which case our course would be plain--or it would**prove**that he wasn't--in which case our course would be equally plain. [5]

### More example sentences with the word prove in them

- Well, see: if your sword and stomach
**prove**the stronger, you shall go your ways to where you will. [11] - I believe in you, and here's my life to
**prove**it. [13] - I say that you took your hat off your head, and you
**prove**me a liar by putting it on your head. [7] - You'll
**prove**that you threw a stone, or it shall go hard with you. [5] - Early tomorrow, before you proceed to business, they will be replaced by a stronger division, so that they may not
**prove**a reinforcement to your brother's troops here if things come to fighting. [10] - I am sorry you disbelieve it, Madam,--I said, and added softly to my next neighbor,--but you
**prove**it. [6] - Do you think you can
**prove**that? [9] - I assert that you [pointing to an individual] are here to-day, and you undertake to
**prove**me a liar by showing that you were in Mattoon yesterday. [7] - The last twenty-odd years' efforts to reduce the price of the lands, and to pass graduation bills and cession bills,
**prove**the assertion to be true; and if there were no experience in support of it, the reason itself is plain. [7] - One of his wounds was considered quite dangerous, and it was thought by many that it would
**prove**fatal. [5] - The first match would
**prove**to be wet. [4] - Finally, if I would lend him $500 a year for two years, (this was 4 or 5 years ago,) he knew he could make a success as a lawyer, and would
**prove**it. [5] - May be
**prove**worthy of his name and his parentage! [6] - But happily the world does not believe this, and indeed would be very unhappy if it could not try and
**prove**all the possibilities of human nature, to suffer as well as to enjoy. [4] - This is a wonderfully interesting supposition of yours, and may
**prove**to be strictly in accordance with the facts. [6] - That Napoleon agreed with Mouton, and that the army retreated, does not
**prove**that Napoleon caused it to retreat, but that the forces which influenced the whole army and directed it along the Mozhaysk (that is, the Smolensk) road acted simultaneously on him also. [2] - I do not wish to question unduly the intellects of those members of this House who by their votes will
**prove**that they have been convinced by the gentleman's argument. [9] - The nuggets of wisdom that are dug out of the Oriental and remote literatures would often
**prove**to be only commonplace if stripped of their quaint setting. [4] - I suppose he will
**prove**a superfluity, but I have got him on my hands, and I mean that he shall be as little in the way as possible. [6] - We can understand why a classification founded on any single character or organ--even an organ so wonderfully complex and important as the brain--or on the high development of the mental faculties, is almost sure to
**prove**unsatisfactory. [1] - He guessed for whom were these lamentations, and prompted by the wish to
**prove**the falsity of the accusation that charged him with having entered the house as a spy, he spoke to the widow. [10] - He saw the whole danger, and drew up his powerful form as if to
**prove**whether it were an equal match for such a foe. [10] - She it was who had a secret passion for Prince Charles, and these letters to Sir John, who had been with the Pretender at Versailles, must
**prove**her ruin if produced. [11] - Besides the sun, which when the battle began had just risen, was already sinking to rest and should it
**prove**necessary to force an entrance into the oasis it was not advisable to fight in darkness. [10] - It matters little whether the needle prick him by accident or blunder or design, he will burst all bounds, and establish again the old truth that each of us will
**prove**himself a fool given perfect opportunity. [11] - By and by, when the youth I love is my husband, I will
**prove**my gratitude; for he is as rich as he is handsome and kind, and will, I know, refuse me nothing. [10] - I care not what you say of me--say your worst, and I will not resent it, for I will still
**prove**that your way lies with me. [11] - A series of what are called facts is brought forward to
**prove**some very improbable doctrine. [3] - Added to this were methods learned abroad, which might
**prove**useful now. [11] - The municipal geese were gone, but it was impossible to
**prove**that this particular fox had used his enlightened reason in their procurement. [9] - It is time we were up and dressed to
**prove**it. [4] - We are who we say we are; and in a day or two, when I get the baggage, I can
**prove**it. [5] - What these were we need not stop to mention,--only remarking that there were dresses of various patterns, which might afford an agreeable series of changes, and in certain contingencies
**prove**eminently useful. [6] - Before all things we must
**prove**ourselves equal to those in Thebes over there, and win the people over to our side. [10] - He said that was true enough, but they would hang to it until it did
**prove**rich. [5] - The question now was to which the goddess would
**prove**most faithful. [10] - Also Crozier's evidence was expected to be sensational, and to
**prove**the swivel on which the fate of the accused man would hang. [11] - Her very look was enough to ensure the respect of any vagabond who might cross her path, and if matters came to the worst she would
**prove**as dangerous as a panther. [6] - How hard it was at this distance of time to tell the world the tale, and to be forced to
**prove**it by Philip's letters. [11] - He thought she was anxious, as on a former occasion, lest his election to the office of Eletto might
**prove**his ruin, so he drew her towards him, exclaiming "Have no fear, Bonita. [10] - En besides, dey warn't no 'casion to
**prove**it. [5] - To this the voice of the priests directed him and the cries of the sacred animals were believed to
**prove**a divinity at hand. [10] - If we left Utah I could prove--I reckon I could
**prove**this thing you call love. [13] - The Scripture teaches us to
**prove**before we retain. [10] - She gave herself up for lost; but whatever fate might have in store for her, life lay open before him; he would have time to
**prove**his splendid powers, and that he would do so, as she would have him do it, she felt certain. [10] - You understand, the University decided emphatically that it was fiends who spoke in those Voices; it would need to
**prove**that, and it did. [5] - It was an unhappy outcome of an enterprise which in itself was to
**prove**of little profit. [5] - Now, if you undertake to disprove that proposition, and to show that it is erroneous, would you
**prove**it to be false by calling Euclid a liar? [7] - The simplest things turn out to be unfathomable mysteries; the most mysterious appearances
**prove**to be the most commonplace objects in disguise. [6] - What you are trying to
**prove**by subtlety I am proud and glad to declare. [10] - An' Willie was tryin' to git a word in to
**prove**he wasn't at home all the day it happened--which was true, as I know--but Willie couldn't git a word in, an' then Judge Dyer went on layin' down the law. [13] - And, if they took the moral to heart, it would
**prove**every bit as effectual as their own epitaphs. [9] - Let me
**prove**to you that every vote withheld from Fremont and given to Fillmore in this State actually lessens Fillmore's chance of being President. [7] - They will
**prove**to you by convincing argument that yonder lion is a rabbit. [10] - She is well--even to wantonness, since--wishing to
**prove**the swiftness of her horses--she ran over the daughter of the paraschites Pinem. [10] - Dr. Woodville, Physician to the Small-Pox and Inoculation Hospital in London, found it improbable, and exceedingly inconvenient to himself, that cow pox should prevent small-pox; but Dr. Jenner took the liberty to
**prove**the fact, notwithstanding. [3] - Evil tidings-which, owing to the loss of time involved, might
**prove**fatal. [10] - He wished first to test whether this new fancy would
**prove**more lasting. [10] - You have only to see what kinds of instruction they very commonly flock to in order to guess whether they would be likely to
**prove**sensible practitioners. [6] - He sent me to say would you come directly, and that he knowed all about Kit, and could save him yet, and
**prove**his innocence. [12] - They had lived to
**prove,**once more, a sad truth which had been proven many times before in the world: that whereas principle is a great and noble protection against showy and degrading vanities and vices, poverty is worth six of it. [5] - And I propose to
**prove**to you that, before the Honourable Adam B. [9] - But it goes to
**prove**that you can never be exact in your estimate of character. [11] - When Floras tried to
**prove**that under Hadrian's rule Rome had risen to the highest stage of its manhood, his friend, Demetrius, of Alexandria, interrupted him, and begged him to tell him something about the Emperor's person. [10] - The orator appeared to
**prove**that there wasn't a respectable man in the opposite party who wasn't an office-holder, nor a white man of any kind in it who was not an office-holder. [4] - They were ready to
**prove**that memory is a matter of will and cultivation. [11] - Destiny meant us to
**prove**our case against it, as well as we might; to establish our right to be here as long as we could, so discovering the world day by day, and ourselves to the world, and ourselves to ourselves. [11] - As nothing happened to
**prove**or to disprove the fact, she said, "I move we put Coonrod up to gittun' it out of Miss Vance, at some of their meetun's. [8] - I am content to
**prove**myself. [9] - I'd do much to
**prove**myself no enemy. [11] - Dicky challenged him to
**prove**his libels by probing the business to the bottom, like a true scientist. [11] - Such spirit seems to
**prove**health. [14] - I will undertake to
**prove**by the record here that he made that charge against more and higher dignitaries than the editor of the Washington Union. [7] - He cannot
**prove**to me that I am insane, for my mind has the same defect that afflicts his. [5] - Downing, has communicated to me facts which seem to
**prove**that this does occur in certain families of short-horn cattle. [1] - I was now to learn what circumstances I should find in my new relations, and in what way they would
**prove**teachers to me. [10] - You ask me to lay bare my past, to
**prove**my identity. [11] - May it
**prove**to him who comes after me like the cave of the Sibyl, out of the gloomy depths of which came the oracles which shone with the rays of truth and wisdom! [6] - She had sought to help one who loved her, and to fully
**prove**the other--though the proving, she knew, was not necessary--before the darkness came. [11] - I was ready to give up all, throw all my life, my career, to the winds, and
**prove**myself loyal to that which was more than all; or I was willing to eliminate myself from the scene forever. [11] - Dame Susannah intended to find him employment at a future date on her estates, or at Memphis, the centre of their administration, as he might
**prove**himself capable. [10] - They will amount to convictions, yet we cannot
**prove**them. [9] - I stand prepared to bring thirty reliable witnesses to
**prove**that Putnam's famous feat at Horseneck was insignificant compared to this. [5] - If it
**prove**to be true, as is probable, that the people of Utah are in open rebellion to the United States, then Judge Douglas is in favor of repealing their territorial organization, and attaching them to the adjoining States for judicial purposes. [7] - At the same time, to
**prove**to his friends how sincerely he desired to please them, he proposed that he and Justinus should immediately cross the Nile to lay his application before the Khaliff's vicar. [10] - Later when she thought about the breaking of the phial, the conviction grew upon her limited intelligence that this accident would perhaps
**prove**in the end to be the best thing that could have happened, not only for her but for all mankind. [10] - Then
**prove**that those were no empty words, and be entreated by us. [10] - I tell you this, and I tell you quite calmly, that if you
**prove**to be what, for the first time, I have a vision you are, I shall never look upon your face again if I can help it. [11] - I merely mention this to
**prove**to you that I am not unmindful, in spite of the circumstances of my own life, of the unfortunates whose mental equipment is not equal to my own. [9] - The officer believed this strange traveller, jumped out of the carriage, flourishing his scourge and calling to his men: "This nobleman has come on purpose to
**prove**Bartja's innocence, and must be taken to the king at once. [10] - To
**prove**that this is true, I will open it at random and copy the page I happen to stumble upon. [5] - You can get this done at the Sakhi Binayak Temple, and it is best to do it, for otherwise you might not be able to
**prove**that you had made the pilgrimage in case the matter should some day come to be disputed. [5] - I come to this court of justice, and my word is doubted ere I can
**prove**the truth. [11] - The sincerity of this conviction he intended to
**prove**by the best means at a merchant's command-the pledge of his own large capital. [10] - We can
**prove**this by four hundred witnesses--we shall call but three. [5] - Say that you think the rebels are weaker than is commonly supposed, but, on the other hand, that they may
**prove**to be even stronger than is anticipated. [6] - This sort of thing is common enough, but there is another case that may
**prove**deceptive if you undertake to judge from appearances. [6] - Not only are they liable, as has been mentioned, to various accidental complications which may
**prove**suddenly fatal, but too often, after convalescence seems to be established, relapses occur which are more serious than the disease had appeared to be in its previous course. [6] - They
**prove**nothing, they disprove nothing, they illustrate nothing--except that a statesman may forget himself. [6] - The statements agree; they agree with--with--anyway, they agree; I noticed that; but what is it they
**prove**I mean, in particular? [5]

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