Direct evidence

Direct evidence,

Definition of Direct evidence:

  1. Statement, such as an eyewitness testimony, that is based on personal knowledge or observation and which, if true, directly proves or disproves an alleged or disputed fact without resorting to any assumption or inference. See also circumstantial evidence.

How to use Direct evidence in a sentence?

  1. We did not have enough direct evidence that he did anything and that made us all really upset, because we know he did it.
  2. Unless there is direct evidence that someone did something you should probably not openly accuse them of it in case you are wrong.
  3. Unless the jury sees direct evidence that the defendant committed this murder, there is no way that they will convict him.

Meaning of Direct evidence & Direct evidence Definition

Direct Evidence,

Direct Evidence:

Evidence of facts by witnesses who have seen the facts or heard the words

Literal Meanings of Direct Evidence


Meanings of Direct:
  1. Nothing with or in between.

  2. Management control or government work.

  3. Point (something) towards a particular direction or a particular person.

  4. Give (someone) formal orders or government instructions.

  5. Move the shortest route from one place to another without changing direction or stopping

  6. No arbitration or mediation factors.

  7. Up to the point (about a person or behavior).

  8. Stand on non-sloping surface

Sentences of Direct
  1. Buy and save directly

  2. The economic elite controls the affairs of the state

  3. Directing hot air to the passengers to go back through the hot air ducts

  4. The judge ordered him to serve the community

  5. There are no direct flights on this day

  6. Complications are a direct result of the spread of bacteria.

  7. He is very straightforward and honest

Synonyms of Direct

unreserved, no-nonsense, administer, govern, level, honest, require, charge, sincere, point, undeviating, first-hand, point blank, face to face, straightforward, tell, matter-of-fact, uninhibited, give orders to, straight to the point, command, unmediated, straight, forthright, manage, order


Meanings of Evidence:
  1. Be proof or show.

  2. Available facts or information that indicate whether a belief or statement is true or false.

Sentences of Evidence
  1. The remains of the Neolithic building prove that it has been inhabited since prehistoric times

  2. Studies do not provide clear evidence of discrimination

Synonyms of Evidence

attestation, indicate, authentication, documentation, show, display, affirmation, be evidence of, manifest, verification, denote, signify, substantiation, evince, confirmation, proof, exhibit, reveal, corroboration