proven [pro͞o′vən]
vt., vi.
pp. of PROVE
known to be valid, effective, or genuine [a proven method]

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prov·en (pro͞oʹvən) v.
A past tense and a past participle of prove.
Having been demonstrated or verified without doubt: “a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness and prescience” (Joyce Carol Oates). See Usage Note at prove.
  provʹen·ly adv.

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