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valid (adjective), more valid, most valid
1. Well-grounded or justifiable: The terrible weather gave many students a valid reason for not being able to attend school.
2. Legally sound and effective; incontestable: Mary's passport is still valid for one more year; so, she can travel to Europe next month as planned.
3. Etymology: from Latin validus, "strong, powerful, active"; from valere, "to be strong".
A justified reason based on truth or fact.
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(Latin: valere, to be strong, to be well, to be worth; strong; power, strength; and "fare well" [go with strength])
Word Entries at Get Words: “valid
A reference to something that is based on fact or truth and can be reasonably justified or defended. (1)