Prover vs Frover – What’s the difference?

Prover vs Frover - What's the difference?
As a noun prover is one who or that which proves.

As a verb frover is (dialectal) to comfort; solace.




(en noun )

  • One who or that which proves.
  • A person, device, or program that performs logical or mathematical proofs.
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  • , passage=The prover belongs to a family of checking devices, Turing machines or sequences of these, that are capable of establishing the probable correctness of solutions for very large classes of problems. }}

    Derived terms

    * linen prover
    English agent nouns




    (en verb )

  • (dialectal) To comfort; solace.