Synonyms of 'valid'
based on sound reasoningBoth sides have made valid points.
They are trained nutritionists who can give sound advice on diets.
Can you think of one good reason why I should tell you?
reasonable, , ,
He's a reasonable sort of chap.
a powerful drama about a corrupt city leader
convincing, , , ,
Scientists say there is no convincing evidence for this theory.
a rational decision
logical, , , , , , ,
a logical argument
We must respond to well-founded criticism with a willingness to change.
He makes a cogent argument for a more egalitarian education system.
legally acceptableFor foreign holidays you will need a valid passport.
What I did was perfectly legal.
An official announcement is expected later today.
They have demanded the restoration of the legitimate government.
They are convinced the painting is genuine.
Please ensure that the proper procedures are followed.
patterns for making authentic border-style clothing
The new tax is already in force.
lawful for the doctors to treat her in whatever way they considered best
We are happy to donate to bona fide charitable causes.
signed and sealed
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in the sense of authentic
of undisputed origin or authorshippatterns for making authentic border-style clothing
in the sense of bona fide
undertaken in good faithWe are happy to donate to bona fide charitable causes.
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