Trial synonyms

trī'əl, trīl
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An examining or being examined; investigation; inspection; checkup; scrutiny; inquiry; testing
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The act of impeaching a public official, either elected or appointed, before a tribunal charged with determining the facts of the matter
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The definition of known is something of which people are aware.
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A thing or person that annoys
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Indicating timidity, hesitancy, or uncertainty
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Test means an exam or evaluation.
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A court or administrative hearing conducted so as to accord each party the due process rights required by applicable law.
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(Uncountable) The sense used to perceive sound.
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The most important or exciting work or activity in a specific field or area:
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An enclosing frame or casing.
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Any race, game, debate, etc. in which individuals or teams compete with one another to determine the winner
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(Law) An official formal accusation for a criminal offence, or the process by which it is brought to a jury. [from 14th c.]
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A case at law
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A demand for something as rightful or due.
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By extension, any process in which a person is subject to questioning.
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(Law) The conduct of a lawsuit
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The definition of a counterclaim is a claim made to rebut accusations against you.
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An action taken to recover wrongfully taken property, rather than recovering only the value of that property from the defendant; a court order authorizing the return of the plaintiff’s wrongfully taken property.
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(Law) The formal charging of a defendant with an offense.
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A pursuing of a lawsuit or a criminal trial; the party pursuing a criminal prosecution; the carrying out of any activity or plan.
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(--- Law) A reference to a previous court decision or other authority for a point of law, usually by case title and other information.
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A case at law
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A case at law
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An instance of abnormal, especially excessive electrical activity in the brain, causing symptoms such as involuntary muscle movements and the loss of awareness or the ability to pay attention.
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(Law) A promise or undertaking, either express or implied, founded on a consideration.
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A case at law
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(Law) A writ to bring a person before a court or a judge, most frequently used to ensure that a person's imprisonment, detention, or commitment is legal.
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(Law, military) A trial before such a tribunal.
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The least bit:
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A case at law
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Something suffered; pain, distress, or injury
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An ordeal
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The definition of an ordeal is a very severe test, trial or difficult or painful experience.
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A place, time, or situation in which different social forces or intellectual influences come together and cause new developments:
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Great misery or distress, as from oppression; deep sorrow
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Something which causes pain, suffering, distress or agony.
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An ordeal
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A distressing occurrence:
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An ordeal
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The definition of a bother is a person or condition that causes worry or trouble.
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A source of irritation:
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(Law) A use of property or course of conduct that interferes with the legal rights of others by causing damage, annoyance, or inconvenience.
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(Informal) A cause of worry, annoyance, or trouble
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(Informal) A source of annoyance; a nuisance:
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Relating to or based on experiment:
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Containing or implying accusation.
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Empirical.
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Of, relating to, or having the function of an inquisitor.
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The definition of judiciary is a person or thing associated with a court of law or judges.
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Subject to court jurisdiction
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(Countable) An event that is adverse; calamity.
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A convulsive struggle
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The definition of analysis is the process of breaking down a something into its parts to learn what they do and how they relate to one another.
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Great suffering, as from worry, grief, or pain; agony
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The intentional and overt taking of a substantial step toward the commission of a crime that falls short of completing the crime. The mere planning of a crime, as well as soliciting another to commit the crime, does not constitute an attempt to commit the crime. Attempt is a crime distinct from the offense that the criminal was attempting to commit. Various legal tests are used to determine when, between planning a crime and committing it, a person’s actions constitute an attempt. See also conspiracy and solicitation.
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A great ordeal.
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A standard, rule, or test by which something can be judged; measure of value
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An explanation by example, experiment, etc.
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Effort is defined as the use of physical or mental energy, the act or result of trying to do something.
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The definition of an endeavor is an attempt with a lot of effort.
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(Now rare) An attempt.
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Evidence is defined as something that gives proof or leads to a conclusion.
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The act or an instance of exerting, especially a strenuous effort.
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Any action or process designed to find out whether something is effective, workable, valid, etc.
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A thing hard to bear; specific cause of discomfort or suffering, as poverty, pain, etc.
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Search for truth, information, or knowledge; examination of facts or principles; research; investigation; as, physical inquiries.
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A procedure following conviction that permits the party found guilty to be released without doing prison time, subject to conditions that are placed upon him or her by the court. Violation of any of those conditions can lead to probation being revoked and the person being remanded to confinement.
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A case at law
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The published record of the actions of a society, or of things done at its meetings.
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(Law) The establishment of the truth or falsity of an allegation by evidence.
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An illustration; example
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A thrust, as with a knife or dagger
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A strenuous effort in the face of difficulty:
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(Law) A proceeding in which opposing parties in a dispute present evidence and make arguments on the application of the law before a judge or jury:
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A difficulty, problem, condition, or action contributing to such a situation.
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An opportunity to prove, or a test to determine, fitness for a place on an athletic team, a role in a play, etc.
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The provision made for a parent to spend time with a child who is in the physical custody of another.
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A cause of sorrow; affliction; trouble
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Clearly developed or firmly decided:
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Known to be valid, effective, or genuine
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Fortuitous elegance; unstudied grace; "” used especially of language.
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An agreement or a treaty to end hostilities:
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The result of such an analysis.
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The act of experimenting; practice by experiment.
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The definition of crack is a sudden, sharp breaking sound or a break in something.
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(Informal) A try; attempt; endeavor
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Something offered; presentation, proposal, suggestion, bid, etc.
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An attempt; an effort.
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Something that is taken; a haul.
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The capacity of a vessel, or the weight of cargo that she will carry.
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Any of various modifications of the cross design, such as a Latin cross or Maltese cross.
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A sharp, pointed protuberance on an animal; spine
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Serving as a tentative model for future experiment or development:
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An impromptu or extralegal system of justice substituted for established judicial procedure:
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A procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality
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A state of pain or anguish that tests one's resiliency and character
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(Slang) One that is very important or influential:
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Any surplus amount of money, goods delivered, etc.
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Constituting a tentative model for future experiment or development
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A continuous length or extent of something:
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A test of the suitability or effectiveness of a person or thing (a tryout)
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The definition of temporary is something which is not intended to last for a long time.
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The definition of a suit is a complete outfit or a set of clothes meant to be worn together.
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The definition of a lawsuit is a legal act of suing between private parties, or a case in a civil court.
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Prior to or preparing for the main matter, action, or business; introductory or prefatory.
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