One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the last thing she wanted was proof of Luke's betrayal’
evidence, verification, corroboration, authentication, confirmation, certification, validation, attestation, demonstration, substantiation, witness, testament
documentation, facts, data, testimony
2‘a desk strewn with the proofs of a book he was correcting’
page proof, galley proof, galley, pull, slip, trial print
1‘their battle armour is proof against most weapons’
resistant, impenetrable, impervious, repellent
waterproof, windproof, rainproof, leakproof, damp-proof, weatherproof, bulletproof, bombproof, fireproof, soundproof, childproof, tamper-proof
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