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Validate  v. t.  To confirm; to render valid; to give legal force to. "The chamber of deputies... refusing to validate at once the election of an official candidate."

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"Validate" Quotes from Famous Books

... against the Swedes, the Slavs, the French, and the Dutch. There was hardly a question of European diplomacy which did not affect the weal and woe of this State; hardly an entanglement which did not give an active prince the opportunity to validate his claim. The decadent power of Sweden and the gradual dissolution of Poland opened up extensive prospects; the superiority of France and the distrustful friendship of Holland urged armed caution. From the very ...
— The German Classics Of The Nineteenth And Twentieth Centuries, Volume 12 • Various

... excited, they informed him, that his Queen and the two Struensees were at that instant busy in drawing up an act of renunciation of the crown, which they would immediately afterwards compel him to sign; and, that the only means he could use to prevent so imminent a danger, was to validate by his signature those orders, without loss of time, which they had brought with them, for arresting the Queen and her accomplices. The King hesitated for some time, and, it is said, was not easily prevailed upon to sign these orders; but ...
— A Yacht Voyage to Norway, Denmark, and Sweden - 2nd edition • W. A. Ross

Words linked to "Validate" :   confirm, affirm, invalidate, substantiate, support, reassert, formalize, pass, corroborate, validation, alter, co-sign, formalise, ratify, cosign, modify, circumstantiate, sustain, validatory, sign, authorise, authorize, probate, clear

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