n.) Any effort, process, or operation designed to establish or discover a fact or truth;
n.) The quality or state of having been proved or tried;
suffix) unable to be penetrated by something or able to resist or withstand
The men were acquitted for lack of proof.
The witness showed unquestionable proof.
The detective found absolute proof of the man’s guilt.
The police have found no proof of his involvement in the robbery.
Plastic notes are waterproof and more durable than paper currency.
These waterproof running shoes are best worn during the damp winter months.
What proof exists to support this claim?
The police have been able to find proof linking the suspect to the murder weapon.
My watch is waterproof.
Without that proof of purchase, you may not be able to return the merchandise.
DNA evidence has provided conclusive proof of the identity of the killer.
The wires have to be cased in water-proof material so that they don’t get wet.
He paid all his debts, which is the proof of his honesty.
He simply asserts things but fails to give us proof for these assertions.
You can’t accuse him of stealing unless you have proof.
No identification or proof of citizenship is required to receive care.
The watch is entirely enclosed in plastic to make it waterproof.*&&*This is the first proof that also animals can suffer from a version of the same disease.
She said funding cutbacks are proof that the issue isn’t being taken seriously.
Those boots aren’t waterproof, so your feet might get wet when you get out of the boat.
There is currently no scientific proof to support the suggestion that dolphins are more intelligent than humans.
In the absence of sufficient proof, the police could not indict him.
The judge dismissed the charges, saying there was insufficient proof.
You don’t have to be attorney general to know that this is far from conclusive proof.
Americans need only show proof of citizenship in order to visit Mexico.