# Prove Sentence Examples

- I'm not asking you to
**prove**anything. - There's no point in being uncomfortable just so you can
**prove**what a macho man you are. - You didn't have to
**prove**anything to me, you know. - I can't
**prove**it, but I think it's a real possibility. - You don't have a thing to
**prove**to anyone except yourself. - Because military accomplishments were one way to do that, the military attracted the most ambitious young men eager to
**prove**themselves—and "proving themselves" meant battle. - Got nothing to
**prove**, big brother. - She does not, it would seem,
**prove**the existence of spirit without matter, or of innate ideas, or of immortality, or anything else that any other human being does not**prove**. - They were sure he murdered Annie because he lived nearby at the time but they couldn't
**prove**it. - Until you can
**prove**you've got some damn disease, you're on leave without pay. - Why did she need to
**prove**to anyone, least of all herself, that she was right in breaking off the relationship? - Rhyn smashed himself against the cell, as if to
**prove**his strength. - Perhaps I may
**prove**useful to your Serene Highness. - More importantly, thank you for giving me the opportunity to
**prove**myself worthy of you daughter. - And there he was to
**prove**the truth of his words. - She had come prepared for such an emergency, but any delay might
**prove**embarrassing. - "
**Prove**it!" cried the Sorcerer. - At least Randy and Jen had years of history together, most of their education behind them, and what would ultimately
**prove**to be supportive parents. - It has nothing to do with living in Andre's shadow your whole life and now having the chance to
**prove**yourself, she said with a faint smile. - That might
**prove**interesting, don't you think? - I don't know a whole lot Julie, but I understand the police at the time had a strong suspect but couldn't
**prove**anything. - Now, the way I see it, there's three ways to
**prove**Byrne's alive—fingerprints, positive ID, or handwriting. - "I hope this will
**prove**the last drop that will make the glass run over," Anna Pavlovna continued. - "Well, anyway," thought Sonya as she stood in the dark passage, "now or never I must
**prove**that I remember the family's goodness to me and that I love Nicholas. - To all of them from the marshal to the least soldier, that place was not the Vozdvizhenka, Mokhavaya, or Kutafyev Street, nor the Troitsa Gate (places familiar in Moscow), but a new battlefield which would probably
**prove**sanguinary. - Then I wondered if you were putting on a show for her to
**prove**nothing was going on between us. - Wondering what he was trying to
**prove**, she took the sword and balanced it. - There's nothing to
**prove**the practice notebook is even in her writing. - Then he added, with an unsuccessful attempt at levity, "Doesn't this
**prove**I'm looking at our marriage as a long term relationship?" - But that just goes to
**prove**what I been saying. - That's why I'm here, just to
**prove**I can do it. - "
**Prove**it," Shipton answered coldly. - They were both quiet for a moment, and then Sarah said, "Will you please give me a chance to
**prove**that this isn't as bad as you think." - If the dairy didn't
**prove**profitable, she would have to go back to Wal-Mart. - I could never be sure the old boy wouldn't have a change of heart some night and blow me away just to
**prove**his masculinity, or send some of his Philadelphia clients around to work me over. - "Or," Dean said, "
**prove**he's dead." - "The Rain of Stones has done much damage to our city," he said, "and we shall hold you responsible for it unless you can
**prove**your innocence." - "We don't have to
**prove**it," answered Dorothy, indignantly. - "Ah, you shall
**prove**that," said the Prince. - Here is another person descended from the air to
**prove**you were wrong. - It was one of the things Gwig usually did to
**prove**he was a sorcerer. - "That will
**prove**a barrier for some time to come," said the little man, smiling pleasantly all over his wrinkled face at the success of their stratagem. - So I intend to
**prove**the kitten's innocence by a trick. - If you can
**prove**I'm guilty, I'll be willing to die nine times, but a mind's eye is no proof, because the Woggle-Bug has no mind to see with. - I doubt you need me to
**prove**these assertions—they are probably part of your daily experience. - Do I need to
**prove**we have an explosion of technological progress dwarfing the wildest dreams of any age? - In the past, a scientist began with a surmise or hunch and began gathering data to
**prove**or disprove it. - I do not know and certainly don't want to try to
**prove**to you that the future will be like that. - And I will
**prove**it to you. - "I know it and shall
**prove**it," said Rostov. - Boris, during the campaign, had made the acquaintance of many persons who might
**prove**useful to him, and by a letter of recommendation he had brought from Pierre had become acquainted with Prince Andrew Bolkonski, through whom he hoped to obtain a post on the commander-in-chief's staff. - "What does that
**prove**?" he was saying as Rostov rode up. - I burned this to
**prove**my love for her. - His eyes glittered feverishly while he tried to
**prove**to Pierre that in his actions there was no desire to do good to his neighbor. - What has she given you? he continued hurriedly, evidently no longer trying to show the advantages of peace and discuss its possibility, but only to
**prove**his own rectitude and power and Alexander's errors and duplicity. - They are burning for the combat," declared this representative of the Russian nation, "and to
**prove**to Your Majesty by the sacrifice of their lives how devoted they are...." - 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. - He wrote letters to his daughters and to Madame de Stael, read novels, liked the society of pretty women, jested with generals, officers, and soldiers, and never contradicted those who tried to
**prove**anything to him. - Nor do words alone
**prove**that only he understood the meaning of the events. - He tried to
**prove**to the Emperor the impossibility of levying fresh troops, spoke of the hardships already endured by the people, of the possibility of failure and so forth. - I can't
**prove**it to you. - But the universal historian Gervinus, refuting this opinion of the specialist historian, tries to
**prove**that the campaign of 1813 and the restoration of the Bourbons were due to other things beside Alexander's will--such as the activity of Stein, Metternich, Madame de Stael, Talleyrand, Fichte, Chateaubriand, and others. - And in the same way the universal historians sometimes, when it pleases them and fits in with their theory, say that power is the result of events, and sometimes, when they want to
**prove**something else, say that power produces events. - That I did not lift my arm a moment later does not
**prove**that I could have abstained from lifting it then. - Hiking, biking, and fishing all
**prove**to be popular diversions in Lakehurst, New Jersey. - If the snake is partially concealed or coiled, this may
**prove**tricky. - Surely he must know that spending so much time with her might
**prove**uncomfortable later. - Do you want me to give up my schooling just to
**prove**that I love you more? - Are we going to have one of these relationships where we have to constantly
**prove**our love to each other? - They were wrong, and she intended to
**prove**it. - I'd assume no one would believe me and I'd be at a loss to
**prove**what I saw. - "That won't
**prove**anything," Quinn grumbled, "but have at it." - We didn't even remain on the phone so sure we were that it wouldn't
**prove**to be a crime. - We'd decided a transcription of our conversation might sometime
**prove**valuable. - Let him
**prove**it if he has any gift. - How could we
**prove**what Howie had seen? - He swore he was in St. Louis, and had a receipt to
**prove**it. - I knew this conversation deserved more thought on my part but it felt good taking some action, even if it might
**prove**misguided. - This was one more example of Howie turning away from anything that might
**prove**uncomfortable. - The boards constituting the top of the bench seem long enough for side of what Molly proposed but sawing the remaining boards for rungs would
**prove**arduous. - Got the divorce paperwork to
**prove**it. - Or maybe she just wants to
**prove**to herself someone actually loves her enough and cares about her enough to punish her. - It was as if rescuing these long forgotten remains from oblivion would somehow
**prove**such a resurrection from years of absolute dark and loneliness would make anything possible. - Chasing it down might
**prove**difficult, even for Fred and his history-loving lady friends. - You know a suggestion of this would dump him from the election, don't you—even if you couldn't
**prove**it? - Fitzgerald will
**prove**we're seeing each other and anything you say is a lie to protect your lover. - He can't
**prove**you chased Billy down the mountain any better than you can**prove**he did. - I can't
**prove**why you caused Billy Langstrom's death but I know you chased him off the road and I think I know why. - But there's no way to
**prove**it—a good attorney would rip those allegations apart like a wet newspaper. - There was no way we could
**prove**that stuff anyway. - He wasn't certain how to
**prove**to them he was their leader, aside from doing his job. - She wasn't ready yet to
**prove**it to him, not before she at least tried to escape. - Sasha also knew the Code Kris was bound by: those who came in good faith would be given the chance to
**prove**it. - She'd avoided the galley Evelyn had tried for three days to drag her to and said it would
**prove**they were on a ship after she challenged Evelyn to**prove**it wasn't a dream. - And since it's snowed a foot or two since then, I'd guess there aren't any footprints to
**prove**you were strolling alone in the woods. - Is not our own interior white on the chart? black though it may
**prove**, like the coast, when discovered. - And I can
**prove**it. - I ask an opportunity to atone for my fault and
**prove**my devotion to His Majesty the Emperor and to Russia! - If it be God's will to
**prove**thee in the duties of marriage, be ready to fulfill His will.