Definitions for validated

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. validated(adj)

    declared or made legally valid

    "a validated claim"

Wiktionary

  1. validated(Adjective)

    Declared or made valid.

  2. validated(Adjective)

    Having experienced emotional validation.

Freebase

  1. Validated

    Validated is a Keith Martin's album released on 23 March 2004 by Orchard. The song "Whateva U Need" was released as a single.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Minna Rae:

    This validated him. It completely changed our lives.

  2. Victoria Valentino:

    At last we are being validated, and there is vindication.

  3. Sha Yao:

    It felt like winning the lottery! it validated the work that I had put in developing the set.

  4. Chief Executive Bob Iger:

    I feel relieved, yes, but really I think I feel validated, i feel that the people who made this film are getting the proper praise both from critics and from audiences.

  5. Farrah Marx in 2012:

    We use hand signals— we have one for ‘Good job’ so that she is always validated when she does something good, ‘no’ or ‘stop that,’ ‘sit,’ ‘stay,’ ‘lie down’ and ‘shake hands.’.

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