unproven

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adjective un·prov·en \ˌən-ˈprü-vən, British also -ˈprō-\

Definition of unproven

  1. :  not tested and shown to be good, true, or useful :  not proven <an unproven allegation/theory> <unproven benefits> <unproven technology>

1563

First Known Use of unproven

1563


Law Dictionary

unproven

adjective un·prov·en \ˌən-ˈprü-vən\

Legal Definition of unproven

  1. :  not proven <an unproven allegation>


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