Due to the high demands of searchability over encrypted data, searchable encryption (SE) has recently received considerable attention and been widely suggested in encrypted cloud storage. Typically, the cloud server is assumed to be honest but-curious in most SE-based cloud storage systems, i.e., the cloud server should follow the protocol to return valid and complete search results to users. However, this trust assumption is not always true due to some unanticipated situations, such as misconfigurations and malfunctions. Therefore, the function of verifiability of search results becomes crucial for the success of SE-based cloud storage systems. For this reason, many verifiable SE schemes have been proposed; however, they either fail to support query operators “OR”, “AND”, “∗” and “?” simultaneously, or require many time-consuming operations. Aiming at addressing this problem, in this paper, we propose a new verifiable SE scheme for encrypted cloud storage. The proposed scheme is characterized by integrating various techniques, i.e., bitmap index, radix tree, format preserving encryption, keyedhash message authentication code and symmetric key encryption, for achieving efficient and verifiable conjunctive and fuzzy queries over encrypted data in the cloud. Detailed security analysis shows that our proposed scheme holds the confidentiality of data and verifiability of search results at the same time. In addition, extensive experiments are conducted, and the results demonstrate our proposed scheme is efficient and suitable for users to retrieve their data from the cloud to their mobile devices.