Sentences with Proof, Sentences about Proof in English

Sentences with Proof, Sentences about Proof in English

1. Do you want proof?

2. I can proofread it or whatever.

3. The best proof of love is trust.

4. The proof of the pudding is in the eating.

5. Proofread carefully to see if you any words out.

6. Hard times require furious dancing. Each of us is proof.

7. Stubborn and ardent clinging to one’s opinion is the best proof of stupidity.

8. The final proof of greatness lies in being able to endure criticism without resentment.

9. No sadder proof can be given by a man of his own littleness than disbelief in great men.

10. Behind this mask there is more than just flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea… and ideas are bulletproof.

11. There is no better proof of a man’s being truly good than his desiring to be constantly under the observation of good men.

12. A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.

13. I’m proof against that word failure. I’ve seen behind it. The only failure a man ought to fear is failure of cleaving to the purpose he sees to be best.

14. I am very abnormal… But it wasn’t very long ago that I wasn’t so abnormal. I was very normal and headed for a lifetime of paying medical bills as proof of my normalcy.

15. There is no medical proof that television causes brain damage – at least from over five feet away. In fact, TV is probably the least physically harmful of all the narcotics known to man.

16. Next time you have to hand something in, just tell me. I can proofread it or whatever.” I nod, but I know I won’t. If he’s being nice enough to offer, I should be nice enough to never do it.

17. You know that I am living proof that the American Dream is real. Growing up, our congressman cut through government bureaucratic red tape to help my mom buy our first house. That’s the kind of congressman I’ll be.

18. Remember to never split an infinitive. The passive voice should never be used. Do not put statements in the negative form. Proofread carefully to see if you words out. And don’t start a sentence with a conjugation.

19. My diminished girth, in tailor phraseology, was hardly conceivable even by my own friends, or my respected medical adviser, until I put on my former clothing, over what I now wear, which is a thoroughly convincing proof of the remarkable change.

20. What do you mean by faith? Is faith enough for Man? Should he be satisfied with faith alone? Is there no way of finding out the truth? Is the attitude of faith, of believing in something for which there can be no more than philosophic proof, the true mark of a Christian?

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