Definitions of "valid"
  1. Possessing legal effectiveness or power
  2. Founded on a legitimate or acceptable basis
  3. Being suitable or proper given the intended purpose or goal
How to use "valid" in a sentence
  1. The contract was not considered valid because one party was under the age of 18.
  2. The defendant’s alibi was valid because it was supported by substantial evidence.
  3. The agreement was valid because it was appropriate for the circumstances and reached the desired outcome.

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