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A member of an aircraft crew, other than a pilot, with certain specialized duties and a special rating (aircraft observer)
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  1. A member of an aircraft crew, other than a pilot, with certain specialized duties and a special rating (aircraft observer)
  2. One who observes:
  3. An official, usually a member of a group, sent by a UN committee to collect and report facts on the situation in a special area
A person who watches without taking part; spectator
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  1. A person who watches without taking part; spectator
  2. One that looks on; a spectator or bystander.
An individual who saw the occurrence of an event and may be called upon to testify about it in court. An individual who saw the occurrence of an event and may be called upon to testify about it in court.
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  1. An individual who saw the occurrence of an event and may be called upon to testify about it in court. An individual who saw the occurrence of an event and may be called upon to testify about it in court.
  2. A person who testifies to what he or she has seen
  3. A person who has seen someone or something and can bear witness to the fact.
A woman's shoe having two contrasting colors and with the toe and heel characteristically ornamented with perforations
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  1. A woman's shoe having two contrasting colors and with the toe and heel characteristically ornamented with perforations
  2. A person who sees or watches something without taking an active part; onlooker
  3. An observer of an event, especially a sports contest.
A person who stands near but does not participate; mere onlooker
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  1. A person who stands near but does not participate; mere onlooker
  2. A person who, although present at some event, does not take part in it; an observer or spectator
  3. A person who is present at an event without participating in it.
(Grammar) A deponent verb.
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  1. (Grammar) A deponent verb.
  2. (Law) A person who testifies under oath, esp., one who makes a deposition
  3. A person who, in connection with a litigation, makes a sworn statement, usually orally, in deposition; occasionally in a writing such as an affidavit. See also affiant. A person who, in connection with a litigation, makes a sworn statement, usually orally, in deposition; occasionally in a writing such as an affidavit. See also affiant.
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  1. Someone who observes or beholds; an observer or spectator
  2. (Fantasy) A fictional monster in roleplaying games, a floating orb of flesh with a large mouth and many eyes on stalks.
Any of the persons, states, etc. that have signed a document
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  1. Any of the persons, states, etc. that have signed a document
  2. A country that is a party to a treaty.
  3. One who has signed a contract or other legal document as a party.
To have the power to perceive with the eyes:
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  1. To have the power to perceive with the eyes:
  2. To consider:
  3. To perceive with the eye:
To watch or be present without participating actively:
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  1. To watch or be present without participating actively:
  2. To be or become aware of, especially through careful and directed attention; notice:
  3. To say or mention casually; remark
Used in the imperative for the purpose of calling attention.
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  1. Used in the imperative for the purpose of calling attention.
  2. To hold in view; look at; see; regard
To be evidence or an indication
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  1. To be evidence or an indication
  2. To tell a court what pertinent information to a case one has, while under oath, and while the defendant is present.
  3. To give testimony in a legal case or before a deliberative body:
(Idiomatic) To affirm the truth or reliability of.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To affirm the truth or reliability of.
  1. To advocate, to support
  2. (Idiomatic, said of abbreviations) To mean; to symbolize; to represent
  3. To tolerate
(Idiomatic) To watch; to observe.
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To take a person’s deposition; to make a written, sworn statement, such as an affidavit. To take a person’s deposition; to make a written, sworn statement, such as an affidavit.
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  1. To take a person’s deposition; to make a written, sworn statement, such as an affidavit. To take a person’s deposition; to make a written, sworn statement, such as an affidavit.
  2. (Law) To take a deposition from:
  3. To give testimony by affidavit or deposition.
A person who testifies to what he or she has seen
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  1. A person who testifies to what he or she has seen
  2. An individual who saw the occurrence of an event and may be called upon to testify about it in court. An individual who saw the occurrence of an event and may be called upon to testify about it in court.
  3. A person who has seen someone or something and can bear witness to the fact.
  1. Someone who foretells the future; a clairvoyant, prophet, soothsayer or diviner.
  2. A person with the supposed power to foretell events or a person's destiny; prophet
  3. Agent noun of see; one who sees something; an eyewitness.
One that views, especially an onlooker or spectator.
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  1. One that views, especially an onlooker or spectator.
  2. (Computing) A program that displays the contents of a file of digital images; an image viewer or file viewer
  3. A person who views a scene, exhibit, film, TV show, etc.; spectator
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
Something indicative; an indication or set of indications:
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  1. Something indicative; an indication or set of indications:
  2. A thing or set of things helpful in forming a conclusion or judgment:
  3. A thing, a document, or the testimony of a person that bears on the truth or falsity of an assertion made in litigation; the totality of such items introduced in a trial; the legal doctrines pertaining to the admission, use, and evaluation of such items. A thing, a document, or the testimony of a person that bears on the truth or falsity of an assertion made in litigation; the totality of such items introduced in a trial; the legal doctrines pertaining to the admission, use, and evaluation of such items.
An alphabetized list of names, places, and subjects treated in a printed work, giving the page or pages on which each item is mentioned.
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  1. An alphabetized list of names, places, and subjects treated in a printed work, giving the page or pages on which each item is mentioned.
  2. 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
  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:
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
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  1. 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
  2. An instrument used to monitor the operation or condition of an engine, furnace, electrical network, reservoir, or other physical system; a meter or gauge.
  3. (Ecol.) A species of plant or animal, or a community, whose occurrence serves as evidence that certain environmental conditions exist
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
A cross or other sign made on a document as a substitute for a signature by a person unable to write
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  1. A cross or other sign made on a document as a substitute for a signature by a person unable to write
  2. (Computers) A character or feature in a file, record, or data stream used to locate a specific point or condition.
  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:
(Medicine) An objective finding, usually detected on physical examination, from a laboratory test, or on an x-ray, that indicates the presence of abnormality or disease.
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  1. (Medicine) An objective finding, usually detected on physical examination, from a laboratory test, or on an x-ray, that indicates the presence of abnormality or disease.
  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. Meaning or significance, especially of a word.
  3. The action or process of signifying:
A mark, seal, impression, etc. used to show officially that a tax has been paid, authority given, etc.
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  1. A mark, seal, impression, etc. used to show officially that a tax has been paid, authority given, etc.
  2. 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
  3. Any characteristic sign or impression; indication
An indication of a disorder or disease, especially a subjective one such as pain, nausea, or weakness.
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  1. An indication of a disorder or disease, especially a subjective one such as pain, nausea, or weakness.
  2. 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.
  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
A person who, in connection with a litigation, makes a sworn statement, usually orally, in deposition; occasionally in a writing such as an affidavit. See also affiant. A person who, in connection with a litigation, makes a sworn statement, usually orally, in deposition; occasionally in a writing such as an affidavit. See also affiant.
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  1. A person who, in connection with a litigation, makes a sworn statement, usually orally, in deposition; occasionally in a writing such as an affidavit. See also affiant. A person who, in connection with a litigation, makes a sworn statement, usually orally, in deposition; occasionally in a writing such as an affidavit. See also affiant.
  2. (Law) One who gives testimony by affidavit or deposition.
  3. (Grammar) A deponent verb.
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. Evidence in support of a fact or assertion; proof.
A deposing or being deposed; removal from office or position of power
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  1. A deposing or being deposed; removal from office or position of power
  2. The act of depositing, especially the laying down of matter by a natural process.
  3. In litigation, a proceeding outside the courtroom in which a party or witness gives sworn testimony under oath before a court reporter, who then creates a written document; the written document created as a result of such a proceeding. In litigation, a proceeding outside the courtroom in which a party or witness gives sworn testimony under oath before a court reporter, who then creates a written document; the written document created as a result of such a proceeding.
To try to prove by giving reasons; maintain; contend
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  1. To try to prove by giving reasons; maintain; contend
  2. To give evidence of; indicate:
  3. To put forth reasons for or against something:
To supply or be evidence of:
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  1. To supply or be evidence of:
  2. (--- Linguistics) To confirm the existence, usage, or currency of (a word, for example), as by being recorded in writing.
  3. (Linguis.) To verify the existence of (a form believed to have occurred in a language)
To be indicative of; show
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  1. To be indicative of; show
  2. To engage, hire, or order in advance:
  3. To be or give a sign of; indicate:
To be or give a sign of:
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  1. To be or give a sign of:
  2. To be a token or sign of; indicate; show
To be or give a sign, token, or indication of; signify; betoken
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  1. To be or give a sign, token, or indication of; signify; betoken
  2. To serve as a sign, symptom, or token of; signify:
  3. To suggest or demonstrate the necessity, expedience, or advisability of:
To single out or indicate by or as if by a mark:
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  1. To single out or indicate by or as if by a mark:
  2. To show or indicate by a mark or marks
  3. To give attention to; notice:
To tell a court what pertinent information to a case one has, while under oath, and while the defendant is present.
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  1. To tell a court what pertinent information to a case one has, while under oath, and while the defendant is present.
  2. To be evidence of; indicate
  3. To give testimony in a legal case or before a deliberative body:
(Linguis.) To verify the existence of (a form believed to have occurred in a language)
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  1. (Linguis.) To verify the existence of (a form believed to have occurred in a language)
  2. To supply or be evidence of:
  3. (--- Linguistics) To confirm the existence, usage, or currency of (a word, for example), as by being recorded in writing.
To declare (a thing) true, accurate, certain, etc. by formal statement, often in writing; verify; attest
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  1. To declare (a thing) true, accurate, certain, etc. by formal statement, often in writing; verify; attest
  2. To attest to as the truth or meeting a standard
  3. To testify (to)
To state or affirm as testimony in a legal case or before a deliberative body:
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  1. To state or affirm as testimony in a legal case or before a deliberative body:
  2. To give testimony in a legal case or before a deliberative body:
  3. To serve as evidence:
In old English law, to call (a person) into court to give warranty of title
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  1. In old English law, to call (a person) into court to give warranty of title
  2. To constitute supporting evidence; give substantiation:
  3. (Archaic) To attest or affirm
(--- Linguistics) To confirm the existence, usage, or currency of (a word, for example), as by being recorded in writing.
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  1. (--- Linguistics) To confirm the existence, usage, or currency of (a word, for example), as by being recorded in writing.
  2. (Linguis.) To verify the existence of (a form believed to have occurred in a language)
  3. To certify by signature or oath:
To promise or pledge with a solemn oath; vow:
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  1. To promise or pledge with a solemn oath; vow:
  2. To declare solemnly in the name of God or of something held sacred
  3. (Law) To administer a legal oath to:
To tell a court what pertinent information to a case one has, while under oath, and while the defendant is present.
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  1. To tell a court what pertinent information to a case one has, while under oath, and while the defendant is present.
  2. To make a statement based on personal knowledge in support of an asserted fact; bear witness:
  3. To give testimony in a legal case or before a deliberative body:
To give testimony by affidavit or deposition.
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  1. To give testimony by affidavit or deposition.
  2. To depose.
  3. (Archaic) To declare under oath, esp. in writing; testify
(Law) To take a deposition from:
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  1. (Law) To take a deposition from:
  2. To give testimony by affidavit or deposition.
  3. To remove from office or a position of power, esp. from a throne; oust
Find another word for witness. In this page you can discover 71 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for witness, like: observer, onlooker, eyewitness, spectator, bystander, deponent, testifier, beholder, signatory, see and observe.