interjection. Used to express agreement or reaffirm that a statement made by someone else is correct beyond every reasonable doubt.
Kathy: Penny arcade pwnz man.

Wes: Verifiably!
by Kaworu July 1, 2004
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Confirmed, checked out by reliable sources and considered to be credible.
After he purchased some merchandise online, the seller's website verified his credit card to make sure it wasn't stolen.
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Army slang. To check to legitmacy of intelligence given.
"Double-oh-H Gondo, we got some blue cheese that we need Jumunji to verify."
by Alex Quantashassle April 21, 2005
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Used to describe a leftist claim to instantly gain credibility where none exist
An anonymous source has verified the previous anonymous claim against the president.
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Verified Trash is a person who may or may not be known as an individual who is exceptional at certain games, more specifically, games known as Deepwoken, and or ABA; along with being of African American descent.
Damn! It's Verified Trash! Be careful he has multiple X's under his belt!
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A complement of sorts for when a person acquires a product for a larger than normal discount or even for free, even though this would be very unfavorable for the salesperson or shop.
Did you buy those new AirPods and send your old ones back to the retailer thus making your new AirPods free? That’s Otter Verified!

So, you bought this game which was already on a discount, then the next day you bought it again from the same website because it had another 5 euro discount. Then you also let the same company pay to pick up the old copy from your address. And afterward, this company also gives you a discount voucher for your discomfort? That’s very Otter Verified!
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When your spouse/friend/business associate says they did (or didn't) do it. Accept their word with full faith that they are being honest. Then go through their cell messages to confirm they are true angels.

Origin: Russian proverb, "doveryai no proveryai" (trust, but verify)
So he comes home late from work and doesn't feel hungry.
...So what did you say?
What could I do? Said, "Okay Honey" then checked his messages after he went to sleep.

...Do you think?
Naw, I mean, naw. Trust, but verify ensures a happy relationship.
by WtU April 11, 2014
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