Prov"en(?), p. p. a. Proved. "Accusations firmly proven in his mind." Thackeray.
Of this which was the principal charge, and was generally believed to beproven, he was acquitted.Jowett (Thucyd. ).
(Scots Law), a verdict of a jury that the guilt of the accused is not made out, though not disproved.
Mozley & W.
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