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Evidence synonyms
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(Printing) A trial sheet of printed material that is made to be checked and corrected.
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  1. (Printing) A trial sheet of printed material that is made to be checked and corrected.
  2. The relative strength of an alcoholic liquor with reference to the arbitrary standard for proof spirit
  3. (Printing) An impression of composed type taken for checking errors and making changes
An illustration or explanation, as of a theory or product, by exemplification or practical application:
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  1. An illustration or explanation, as of a theory or product, by exemplification or practical application:
  2. A practical showing of how something works or is used; specif., such a showing of a product in an effort to sell it
  3. A piece of evidence:
An establishment by evidence of the truth or falseness of an alleged fact; evidence upon which a court’s judicial ruling is based. An establishment by evidence of the truth or falseness of an alleged fact; evidence upon which a court’s judicial ruling is based.
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  1. An establishment by evidence of the truth or falseness of an alleged fact; evidence upon which a court’s judicial ruling is based. An establishment by evidence of the truth or falseness of an alleged fact; evidence upon which a court’s judicial ruling is based.
  2. Convincing or persuasive demonstration:
  3. (Numismatics) Any of a limited number of coins of a new issue, struck with special care
All such declarations, spoken or written, offered in a legal case or deliberative hearing.
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  1. All such declarations, spoken or written, offered in a legal case or deliberative hearing.
  2. Evidence in support of a fact or assertion; proof.
  3. Statements made by competent witnesses, who have been sworn in at a trial or deposition or in an affidavit. Although frequently used synonymously with evidence, the latter is the broader term and encompasses both testimony and physical evidence. Statements made by competent witnesses, who have been sworn in at a trial or deposition or in an affidavit. Although frequently used synonymously with evidence, the latter is the broader term and encompasses both testimony and physical evidence.
Facts that can be analyzed or used in an effort to gain knowledge or make decisions; information.
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  1. Facts that can be analyzed or used in an effort to gain knowledge or make decisions; information.
  2. Statistics or other information represented in a form suitable for processing by computer.
A Christian rite admitting a baptized person to full membership in a church.
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  1. A Christian rite admitting a baptized person to full membership in a church.
  2. In commercial law, an agreement, usually by a bank, to honor a letter of credit issued by someone else, usually another bank, and to seek reimbursement from the instrument’s issuer.
  3. In property law, a conveyance of an interest in real property to one who has or claims an existing interest in the property, thereby curing a previous conveyance that was defective, increasing or making permanent a previously conveyed interest, or making avoidable estate certain and no longer voidable. See also deed.
A displayed structure bearing lettering or symbols, used to identify or advertise a place of business:
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  1. A displayed structure bearing lettering or symbols, used to identify or advertise a place of business:
  2. Sign of the zodiac
  3. An act or gesture used to convey an idea, a desire, information, or a command:
(Computers) A character or feature in a file, record, or data stream used to locate a specific point or condition.
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  1. (Computers) A character or feature in a file, record, or data stream used to locate a specific point or condition.
  2. A cross or other sign made on a document as a substitute for a signature by a person unable to write
  3. A sign, symbol, or indication
Something that serves to indicate; a sign:
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  1. Something that serves to indicate; a sign:
  2. The act of indicating:
  3. Something indicated as necessary or expedient:
A means of attacking or defending an argument, thesis, or point of view.
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  1. A means of attacking or defending an argument, thesis, or point of view.
  2. Nuclear, biological, chemical, or explosive materials, such as rockets or grenades, that are used as weapons.
  3. Any means of attack or defense
(Business, finance) The process, performed by accountants or auditors, of providing independent opinion on published financial and other business information of a business, public agency, or other organization.
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  1. (Business, finance) The process, performed by accountants or auditors, of providing independent opinion on published financial and other business information of a business, public agency, or other organization.
  2. (Linguistics, of a language or word) An appearance in print or otherwise recorded on a permanent medium.
  3. The act of authenticating a document by observing its execution at the request of the party signing the document, and then signing it as a witness. The act of authenticating a document by observing its execution at the request of the party signing the document, and then signing it as a witness.
A hallmark or assay-mark on a piece of metalwork
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  1. A hallmark or assay-mark on a piece of metalwork
  2. Something which validates or confirms the authenticity of something
  3. (Computing) proof of the identity of a user logging on to some network
A court order enforcing an arbitrator’s decision. See also award, order, and judgment.
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  1. A court order enforcing an arbitrator’s decision. See also award, order, and judgment.
  2. A ceremony in Judaism that marks the completion of a young person's religious training.
  3. A Christian ceremony variously viewed as a sacrament conferring spiritual strength of the Holy Spirit or as a nonsacramental rite admitting to full church membership
That which corroborates.
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  1. That which corroborates.
  2. The act of corroborating, strengthening, or confirming; addition of strength; confirmation; as, the corroboration of an argument, or of information.
  1. The act of substantiating
  2. Something which substantiates; evidence, proof
Either of the two parts of the Christian Bible, the Old Testament and the New Testament
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  1. Either of the two parts of the Christian Bible, the Old Testament and the New Testament
  2. Something that serves as tangible proof or evidence:
  3. A statement of belief; a credo:
A statement in support of a particular truth, fact, or claim.
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  1. A statement in support of a particular truth, fact, or claim.
  2. A statement testifying to a person's qualifications, character, etc. or to the merits of some product, service, etc.; letter or statement of recommendation
  3. Something given in appreciation of a person's service or achievement; a tribute.
Any form of evidence, indication, etc.; proof
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  1. Any form of evidence, indication, etc.; proof
  2. Statements made by competent witnesses, who have been sworn in at a trial or deposition or in an affidavit. Although frequently used synonymously with evidence, the latter is the broader term and encompasses both testimony and physical evidence. Statements made by competent witnesses, who have been sworn in at a trial or deposition or in an affidavit. Although frequently used synonymously with evidence, the latter is the broader term and encompasses both testimony and physical evidence.
  3. (Bible) The tablet bearing the Mosaic law; Decalogue: Ex. 25:16
The process whereby others confirm the validity of one's emotions.
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  1. The process whereby others confirm the validity of one's emotions.
  2. The act of validating something.
(Law) A sworn statement attesting to the truth of the facts in a document.
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  1. (Law) A sworn statement attesting to the truth of the facts in a document.
  2. A verifying or being verified; establishment or confirmation of the truth or accuracy of a fact, theory, etc.
  3. (Law) A formal phrase used in concluding a plea, to denote confirmation by evidence.
An order in writing from a competent authority instructing that a certain act be carried out.
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  1. An order in writing from a competent authority instructing that a certain act be carried out.
  2. Authorization or sanction, as by a superior or the law
  3. An order that serves as authorization, especially:
A characteristic mark or indicative trait:
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  1. A characteristic mark or indicative trait:
  2. A distinctive token, emblem, or sign worn to show rank, membership, achievement, etc.
  3. Any distinguishing mark, sign, or symbol
A number used to measure change in prices, wages, employment, production, etc.: it shows percentage variation from an arbitrary standard, usually 100, representing the status at some earlier time
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  1. A number used to measure change in prices, wages, employment, production, etc.: it shows percentage variation from an arbitrary standard, usually 100, representing the status at some earlier time
  2. An alphabetized list of names, places, and subjects treated in a printed work, giving the page or pages on which each item is mentioned.
  3. A thing that points out; indication; sign; representation
Something that serves to indicate; a sign:
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  1. Something that serves to indicate; a sign:
  2. The act of indicating:
  3. Something indicated as necessary or expedient:
(Ecol.) A species of plant or animal, or a community, whose occurrence serves as evidence that certain environmental conditions exist
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  1. (Ecol.) A species of plant or animal, or a community, whose occurrence serves as evidence that certain environmental conditions exist
  2. Any of various substances used to indicate the acidity or alkalinity of a solution, the beginning or end of a chemical reaction, the presence of certain substances, etc., by changes in color
  3. An instrument used to monitor the operation or condition of an engine, furnace, electrical network, reservoir, or other physical system; a meter or gauge.
A public demonstration, usually of a political nature.
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  1. A public demonstration, usually of a political nature.
  2. One of the forms in which someone or something, such as a person, a divine being, or an idea, is revealed.
  3. A form in which a being manifests itself or is thought to manifest itself, esp. the material or bodily form of a spirit
(Computers) A character or feature in a file, record, or data stream used to locate a specific point or condition.
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  1. (Computers) A character or feature in a file, record, or data stream used to locate a specific point or condition.
  2. A cross or other sign made on a document as a substitute for a signature by a person unable to write
  3. A sign, symbol, or indication
A brief informal letter:
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  1. A brief informal letter:
  2. The characteristic vocal sound made by a songbird or other animal:
  3. The sign of a particular quality or emotion:
  1. Sign of the zodiac
  2. A displayed structure bearing lettering or symbols, used to identify or advertise a place of business:
  3. An act or gesture used to convey an idea, a desire, information, or a command:
The act of signifying; indication
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  1. The act of signifying; indication
  2. The action or process of signifying:
  3. Meaning or significance, especially of a word.
A small piece of paper, distinctively imprinted on the face and usually gummed on the back, issued by a government for a specified price and required to be affixed to a letter, parcel, document, commodity subject to duty, etc. as evidence that the prescribed fee, as for carrying mail, has been paid
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  1. A small piece of paper, distinctively imprinted on the face and usually gummed on the back, issued by a government for a specified price and required to be affixed to a letter, parcel, document, commodity subject to duty, etc. as evidence that the prescribed fee, as for carrying mail, has been paid
  2. A mark, seal, impression, etc. used to show officially that a tax has been paid, authority given, etc.
  3. Any characteristic sign or impression; indication
A subjective indication of a disorder or disease, such as pain, nausea or weakness. Symptoms may be accompanied by objective signs of disease such as abnormal laboratory test results or findings during a physical examination.
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  1. A subjective indication of a disorder or disease, such as pain, nausea or weakness. Symptoms may be accompanied by objective signs of disease such as abnormal laboratory test results or findings during a physical examination.
  2. An indication of a disorder or disease, especially a subjective one such as pain, nausea, or weakness.
  3. Any circumstance, event, or condition that accompanies something and indicates its existence or occurrence; sign; indication
A piece of stamped metal, etc. with a face value higher than its real value, issued as a substitute for currency, for use as fare on a transportation line, etc.
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  1. A piece of stamped metal, etc. with a face value higher than its real value, issued as a substitute for currency, for use as fare on a transportation line, etc.
  2. A specific instance of a phenomenon or a class of things, as of a linguistic feature in a sample of a person's speech, that can be isolated for study or analysis.
  3. A sign, indication, or symbol
Attestation to a fact, statement, or event; testimony:
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  1. Attestation to a fact, statement, or event; testimony:
  2. An attesting of a fact, statement, etc.; evidence; testimony
  3. One who is called on to be present at a transaction in order to attest to what takes place.
To show the use of (an article) to a prospective buyer:
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  1. To show the use of (an article) to a prospective buyer:
  2. To show military power or preparedness
  3. To show by reasoning; prove
To be or give evidence of; manifest or reveal:
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  1. To be or give evidence of; manifest or reveal:
  2. To show (images or information) on a screen.
  3. To exhibit ostentatiously; show off:
(Obs.) To overcome
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  1. (Obs.) To overcome
  2. To show plainly; indicate; make manifest; esp., to show that one has (a specified quality, feeling, etc.)
  3. To show or demonstrate clearly; manifest:
To present for others to see:
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  1. To present for others to see:
  2. To present or expose to view; show; display
  3. To show outwardly; display:
To make clear or evident; show plainly; reveal; evince
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  1. To make clear or evident; show plainly; reveal; evince
  2. To become manifest; be revealed:
  3. To show or demonstrate plainly; reveal:
To state emphatically or authoritatively; affirm:
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  1. To state emphatically or authoritatively; affirm:
  2. To announce officially and publicly; declare:
  3. To show to be
To make known (something concealed or unknown):
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  1. To make known (something concealed or unknown):
  2. To expose to view; show; exhibit; display
  3. To cause to be seen; show:
To demonstrate by reasoning or procedure:
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  1. To demonstrate by reasoning or procedure:
  2. (Slang) To make an appearance; show up:
  3. To enter (animals, flowers, etc.) in a competitive show
To render authentic; to give authority to, by the proof, attestation, or formalities required by law, or sufficient to entitle to credit.
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  1. To render authentic; to give authority to, by the proof, attestation, or formalities required by law, or sufficient to entitle to credit.
  2. To prove to be genuine or as represented
  3. To prove that something, such as a document, is what it purports to be, especially so that the item can be admitted into evidence at a trial or hearing. For example, a party wishing to admit a letter into evidence may ask the witness whether it is, indeed, the letter he received, does he recognize the handwriting, and similar questions.
To cause to undergo the religious ceremony of confirmation
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  1. To cause to undergo the religious ceremony of confirmation
  2. To support or establish the certainty or validity of; verify:
  3. To prove the truth, validity, or authenticity of; verify
(Obs.) To strengthen
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  1. (Obs.) To strengthen
  2. To make more certain the validity of; confirm; bolster; support
  3. To confirm, ratify, strengthen, or support, especially by additional authority or evidence. To confirm, ratify, strengthen, or support, especially by additional authority or evidence.
To show the use of (an article) to a prospective buyer:
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  1. To show the use of (an article) to a prospective buyer:
  2. To show military power or preparedness
  3. To show by reasoning; prove
To state, as in an advertisement, that one approves of (a product, service, etc.), often in return for a fee
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  1. To state, as in an advertisement, that one approves of (a product, service, etc.), often in return for a fee
  2. To express approval of or give support to, especially by public statement; sanction:
  3. To give approval to; support; sanction
To cause to be or happen; bring about
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  1. To cause to be or happen; bring about
  2. To bring about; generate or effect:
  3. To cause (an institution, for example) to come into existence or begin operating; found; set up.
To test by experiment, a standard, etc.; subject to a testing process; try out
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  1. To test by experiment, a standard, etc.; subject to a testing process; try out
  2. To show (oneself) to be what is specified or to have a certain characteristic:
  3. To show (oneself) to be capable, dependable, etc.
(Theater) To give a performance; appear
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  1. (Theater) To give a performance; appear
  2. (Slang) To make an appearance; show up:
  3. To enter (animals, flowers, etc.) in a competitive show
To prove the truth of or support with proof or evidence:
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  1. To prove the truth of or support with proof or evidence:
  2. To give substance or true existence to
  3. To show to be true or real by giving evidence; prove; confirm
To render valid.
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  1. To render valid.
  2. To check or prove the validity of; verify.
  3. To establish the soundness, accuracy, or legitimacy of:
To test or check the accuracy or correctness of, as by investigation, comparison with a standard, or reference to the facts
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  1. To test or check the accuracy or correctness of, as by investigation, comparison with a standard, or reference to the facts
  2. To demonstrate the truth or accuracy of, as by the presentation of evidence:
  3. To prove to be true by demonstration, evidence, or testimony; confirm or substantiate
To supply or be evidence of:
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  1. To supply or be evidence of:
  2. (Linguis.) To verify the existence of (a form believed to have occurred in a language)
  3. To bear witness; give testimony:
To prove authentic; to determine as real and true; as, to authenticate a portrait.
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  1. To prove authentic; to determine as real and true; as, to authenticate a portrait.
  2. To render authentic; to give authority to, by the proof, attestation, or formalities required by law, or sufficient to entitle to credit.
  3. To prove that something, such as a document, is what it purports to be, especially so that the item can be admitted into evidence at a trial or hearing. For example, a party wishing to admit a letter into evidence may ask the witness whether it is, indeed, the letter he received, does he recognize the handwriting, and similar questions.
In, to, or toward a past time:
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  1. In, to, or toward a past time:
  2. In reply or return:
  3. To furnish or strengthen with a back or backing.
To support or establish the certainty or validity of; verify:
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  1. To support or establish the certainty or validity of; verify:
  2. To prove the truth, validity, or authenticity of; verify
  3. To make firmer; strengthen:
(Obs.) To strengthen
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  1. (Obs.) To strengthen
  2. To make more certain the validity of; confirm; bolster; support
  3. To confirm, ratify, strengthen, or support, especially by additional authority or evidence. To confirm, ratify, strengthen, or support, especially by additional authority or evidence.
To format (a paragraph, for example) so that the lines of text begin and end evenly at a straight margin.
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  1. To format (a paragraph, for example) so that the lines of text begin and end evenly at a straight margin.
  2. (Law) To show an adequate reason for something done
  3. To show to be just, right, or in accord with reason; vindicate
To verify something by supplying evidence; to corroborate or authenticate
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  1. To verify something by supplying evidence; to corroborate or authenticate
  2. To show to be true or real by giving evidence; prove; confirm
  3. To give substance or true existence to
To be evidence or an indication
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  1. To be evidence or an indication
  2. To give testimony in a legal case or before a deliberative body:
  3. To tell a court what pertinent information to a case one has, while under oath, and while the defendant is present.
To make binding under the law; give legal force to; declare legally valid
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  1. To make binding under the law; give legal force to; declare legally valid
  2. To establish the soundness, accuracy, or legitimacy of:
  3. To authorize as by signing, stamping, etc.
To prove to be true by demonstration, evidence, or testimony; confirm or substantiate
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  1. To prove to be true by demonstration, evidence, or testimony; confirm or substantiate
  2. To test or check the accuracy or correctness of, as by investigation, comparison with a standard, or reference to the facts
  3. (Law) To attest to the truth of (something) formally or under oath.
To give formal assurance, or guarantee, to (someone) or for (something)
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  1. To give formal assurance, or guarantee, to (someone) or for (something)
  2. To provide adequate grounds for; justify or require:
  3. To guarantee as being true; (colloquially) to believe strongly.
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