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1‘he must produce evidence which will authenticate his claim’
verify, validate, prove to be genuine, certify
substantiate, prove, be proof of, give proof of, corroborate, confirm, support, evidence, attest to, bear out, give credence to, back up
2‘a mandate authenticated by an absolute majority of the popular vote’
validate, ratify, confirm, seal, sanction, endorse, guarantee
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