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Definition of circumstantiated word
- noun circumstantiated Simple past tense and past participle of circumstantiate. 1
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Parts of speech for Circumstantiated
A common word. It’s meaning is known to most children of preschool age. About 94% of English native speakers know the meaning and use the word.
Most Europeans know this English word. The frequency of it’s usage is somewhere between "mom" and "screwdriver".
circumstantiated usage trend in Literature
Synonyms for circumstantiated
- valid — sound; just; well-founded: a valid reason.
- accurate — careful and exact
- authentic — An authentic person, object, or emotion is genuine.
- definitive — Something that is definitive provides a firm conclusion that cannot be questioned.
- dependable — If you say that someone or something is dependable, you approve of them because you feel that you can be sure that they will always act consistently or sensibly, or do what you need them to do.
- prove — to establish the truth or genuineness of, as by evidence or argument: to prove one's claim.
- ratify — to confirm by expressing consent, approval, or formal sanction: to ratify a constitutional amendment.
- validate — to make valid; substantiate; confirm: Time validated our suspicions.
- affirm — If you affirm that something is true or that something exists, you state firmly and publicly that it is true or exists.
- approve — If you approve of an action, event, or suggestion, you like it or are pleased about it.
Antonyms for circumstantiated
- dishonest — not honest; disposed to lie, cheat, or steal; not worthy of trust or belief: a dishonest person.
- false — not true or correct; erroneous: a false statement.
- inaccurate — not accurate; incorrect or untrue.
- irresponsible — said, done, or characterized by a lack of a sense of responsibility: His refusal to work shows him to be completely irresponsible.
- undependable — capable of being depended on; worthy of trust; reliable: a dependable employee.
- confuse — If you confuse two things, you get them mixed up, so that you think one of them is the other one.
- contradict — If you contradict someone, you say that what they have just said is wrong, or suggest that it is wrong by saying something different.
- deny — When you deny something, you state that it is not true.
- disallow — to refuse to allow; reject; veto: to disallow a claim for compensation.
- disapprove — to think (something) wrong or reprehensible; censure or condemn in opinion.
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