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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to evidence:   (430 results)

Often used in the same context:
circumstantial evidence, corroborating evidence, proof, corroboration, probable cause, evidentiary, testimony, justification, alibi, indications, documentation, facts, forensic, probative, witnesses, prosecution, case, hypothesis, scintilla, mitigating circumstances, investigators, affidavits, explanation, allegation, preponderance, inferences, clues, antemortem, findings, convict, disproof, documents, argument, prima facie, surrebuttal, assertions, data, corpus delicti, confession, information, contentions, causation, premeditation, prosecutors, presumption, hearsay, triable, ipse dixit, hearsay evidence, depositions, videotapes, recantation, mitigating circumstance, ballistics, defendant, bloodstain, credence, theory, substantiation, macroevolution, counterarguments, rationale, supposition, fingerprints, conclusions, averroes, odontologist, scienter, doubt, motive, epidemiologic, scientific, indicia, refutations, dossier, implicate, averment, recollection, suspect, autopsy, mens rea, material, correlation, jury, link, appellant, prosecutrix, conviction, semen, accusation, wrongdoing, shred, serologist, trial, edna, coprolites, lividity, accelerants, conclusiveness, innocense, polygraphy, totality, evi, evidences, confirmation, proofs, indication, informa, attestation, clue, collateral, testimonies, incentive, abovementioned, control, decision, distribution, unconstitutional, above, conferring, corpus, discrimination, empirical, foregoing, forementioned, intro, nal, pharmacy, privacy, aforementioned, ahove, amendment, antidiscrimination

More specific:
abduce, adduce, argument, attest, attestation, certify, circumstantial evidence, cite, clew, clue, cogent evidence, corpus delicti, cue, demonstrate, direct evidence, disproof, exhibit, falsification, hearsay evidence, identification, indirect evidence, lead, manifest, notarize, probable cause, proof, record, refutation, sign, state's evidence, statement, symptom, testimonial, testimony, track, trail

Appears in the definition of:
., abduce, adduce, adducing, adjudication, admissible, affirm, agassiz, allow, amply, anecdotal, argue, argument, arthur compton, arthur holly compton, article of faith, assertion, asseveration, assumed, attest, attestation, averment, a posteriori, backed, backed up, bear out, bear witness, believably, best evidence rule, blind, bloodthirstiness, cardiologic, certify, charge, choking, circumstantial evidence, circumstantiate, cite, clear-cut, clew, clue, cogent evidence, collateral, compelling, compton, conclusion, confirm, confront, confutation, confuter, conjectural, conjecture, connect, contaminated, conviction, convincingness, corpus delicti, corroborate, corroborated, corroborating evidence, credibly, credulous, cross-linguistic, cue, declaration, defense, delusion, demonstrate, detective story, diametrically, direct evidence, disproof, disprover, divinatory, dna fingerprint, doubting thomas, equivocal, estoppel, evidenced, evidential, evidentiary, exclusionary rule, exhibit, extrinsic, face, false verdict, falsification, fingerprint, footprint evidence, forensic pathology, fruit of the poisonous tree, fully, gather, genetic fingerprint, gruesome, guess, hadean, hadean aeon, hadean eon, hadean time, hear, hearing, hearsay evidence, hearsay rule, helpfulness, humane, hypothesis, identification, illation, inadmissible, indicate, indirect evidence, indisputable, inference, informing, interpretation, in evidence, jean louis rodolphe agassiz, jury, kindliness, laetrile, lead, line, louis agassiz, manifest, miranda rule, morala, munchausen's syndrome, munchausen syndrome, muniments, murderousness, negative identification, neolithic, neurologic, neurological, objection, objective, omerta, palaeopathology, paleopathology, paper trail, parapsychologist, parol evidence rule, parti pris, piece, plausibly, positive identification, preclinical phase, preclinical test, preclinical trial, preconceived, preconceived idea, preconceived notion, preconceived opinion, preconception, prejudge, prejudgement, prejudgment, prepossession, presume, presumptive, priscoan, priscoan aeon, priscoan eon, probable cause, probably, proof, prove, psychotic belief, ratting, reasoned, reasoning backward, rebut, rebutter, reconstruction, record, red-handed, reflect, refutation, refute, refuter, regress, remain, res gestae, res ipsa loquitur, show, sign, singing, slight, smoking gun, sound, special pleading, speculation, spoliation, state's evidence, statement, straight face, strong belief, substantiate, substantiated, suggest, support, supposed, supposition, suppositional, suppositious, supposititious, surmisal, surmise, sustain, tangible, tattle, tell, telling, tenable, testament, testify, testimonial, testimony, trace, track, trail, try, unanalyzable, uncorroborated, underpin, undoubted, unequivocal, unobjective, unreasoning, unsubstantiated, unsupported, unverifiable, validate, verified, vouch, voucher, well-founded, well-grounded, written

More general:
bear witness, confirm, indication, info, inform, information, prove, reassert, show, testify

Synonyms:
ascertain, attest, bear witness, certify, demonstrate, grounds, manifest, prove, show, tell, testify

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— Adjectives for evidence: little, further, empirical, direct, strong, clear, experimental, sufficient, available, ample, conclusive, more...

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