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May I ask then whether you will answer in turn and have your words put to the proof?

Why ask questions she could not answer until it was put to the proof?

And I ask that it be put to the proof.

But this reasoning has not yet been put to the proof?

Until the date he was so good as to refer to it shall be put to the proof no more.

He knew the orang's great intelligence, which had been often put to the proof.

At present, the plaintiff needs only to raise the matter and the defendant is put to the proof of truth.

As they could not be put to the proof until this evening, I invited you and your colleague to take a holiday for the day.

All that they had rehearsed in play, all their lives, was about to be put to the proof.

Though I know well that is a belief I should not put to the proof.

It can be put to the proof hereafter.

The claim was heretical, according to her people, so the claim was put to the proof.

Thee thyself, I wanted to put to the proof when I gave this performance.

Let the average man be put to the proof on the question of who is _above_, and his true position will be exposed.

And now, Megillus and Cleinias, how can we put to the proof the value of our words?

Put to the Proof, illustrated by Will Dodds, pub.

It was in Cadfael's mind then that there was already one person who knew, and the morrow would see it put to the proof.

Note 2 that follows explains that "testing" is the Greek word peirasmos, better translated "temptation" or "putting to the proof."

Yet in that hour was put to the proof that which Mithrandir had spoken, and help came from the hands of the weak when the Wise faltered.

That may yet be put to the proof, lord," said Eric, and turned to seek his horse, when suddenly Gudruda came and stood between them, and his heart leapt at the sight of her. "

His age, as well as his energetic character, and his experience, often put to the proof during a long life of labor, made him the natural head of the companions who were engaged with him.

Let him be the best of men, and let him be thought the worst; then he will have been put to the proof; and we shall see whether he will be affected by the fear of infamy and its consequences.

I have seen the matter put to the proof in a company of eighteen whose members, with two exceptions,-- Captain Bligh and Mr. Nelson, - were men such as one might find in any seacoast town in England.

The dispute raged round their respective knowledge and skill with the bow, and now some quick wit amongst the soldiers had suggested a grim fashion in which it should be put to the proof, once for all, which could draw the surer shaft.

Neither mountains nor rivers had made the travelers change their course; and though they had not had to encounter any ill-will from men, their generous intrepidity had been often enough roughly put to the proof by the fury of the unchained elements.