verified Definition

confirmed as true, accurate, or genuine.

Using verified: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "verified" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The information has been verified by multiple sources.

  • Example

    She showed me her verified social media account.

  • Example

    Only verified users can access the exclusive content.

  • Example

    The company has a verified track record of success.

verified Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with verified

  • an account on social media or other online platforms that has been confirmed as authentic and belongs to the person or organization it claims to represent


    Celebrities and public figures often have verified accounts on Twitter and Instagram.

  • a symbol or icon displayed on social media or other online platforms to indicate that an account has been verified


    The blue checkmark is the verified badge used by Twitter and Instagram.

  • a review of a product or service that has been confirmed as genuine and written by someone who has actually used the product or service


    The website only publishes verified reviews from customers who have purchased the product.


Summary: verified in Brief

The term 'verified' [ˈverəfaɪd] means confirmed as true, accurate, or genuine. It is often used in the context of information, accounts, and users on social media and other online platforms. 'Verified' extends into phrases like 'verified account,' and 'verified review,' denoting authenticity and trustworthiness.

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