Only reproducible experiments, and ones that justify interest, are validated.
And that judgment—which could have been wrong—was validated later.
Even when old stereotypes are validated, they come across as overworked and unfun.
You have validated—indeed, rescued—Obama's signature domestic achievement.
She felt betrayed by his affairs but acquiesced to his arrangement, convinced that he “validated” her.
The clerk of the court issued a certificate which was validated in the secretary's office.
Henry Thorne, who had their tickets, took them into the office to have them validated.
It is true the treaty was not ratified; but when ratified it is validated retrospectively.
Variations that could be validated as typographical errors have been corrected.
Although each page reference has not been validated, any other corrections, discovered incidentally, are noted as well.