Evidence

Evidence,

Definition of Evidence:

  1. Testimony and presentation of documents, records, objects, and other such items relating to the existence or non-existence of alleged or disputed facts into which a court enquires.

  2. Methods and rules that guide and govern the establishment of a fact before a court, collectively called the law of evidence.

  3. The available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid.

  4. Be or show evidence of.

Synonyms of Evidence

Proof, Confirmation, Verification, Substantiation, Corroboration, Affirmation, Authentication, Attestation, Documentation, Christophany, Satanophany, Account, Acquaintance, Affect, Affidavit, Affirmation, Angelophany, Announcement, Apparentness, Appearance, Approve, Argue, Argument, Assertion, Atmospheric visibility, Attest, Attestation, Avatar, Averment, Basis, Bear witness, Bespeak, Betoken, Blue book, Brandish, Breathe, Briefing, Bring forth, Bring forward, Bring into view, Bring out, Bring to notice, Bulletin, Catchword, Ceiling, Ceiling unlimited, Certification, Clarity, Clearness, Clue, Communication, Communique, Confirm, Confirmation, Connote, Conspicuity, Conspicuousness, Corroboration, Crystal-clearness, Cue, Cue word, Dangle, Data, Datum, Definiteness, Definition, Demonstrate, Demonstration, Denote, Deposition, Develop, Directory, Disclose, Disclosure, Dispatch, Display, Dissemination, Distinctness, Divulge, Documentation, Dramatize, Embodiment, Embody, Enact, Enlightenment, Epiphany, Evidentness, Evince, Evincement, Exhibit, Expose, Expose to view, Express, Expression, Facts, Factual information, Familiarization, Flaunt, Flourish, Furnish evidence, Gen, General information, Give indication of, Give sign, Give token, Go to show, Grounds, Guidebook, Handout, Hard information, High visibility, Highlight, Hint, Hot lead, Illuminate, Illustrate, Imply, Incarnate, Incarnation, Incidental information, Index, Indicate, Indication, Info, Information, Instruction, Intelligence, Intimation, Involve, Key, Key word, Knowledge, Lead, Light, Low visibility, Make clear, Make plain, Manifest, Manifestation, Manifestness, Mark, Materialization, Materialize, Mean, Mention, Message, Notice, Notification, Obviousness, Openness, Openness to sight, Overtness, Palpability, Parade, Patentness, Percipi, Perform, Perspicuity, Plainness, Pneumatophany, Point to, Present, Presentation, Proclaim, Produce, Prominence, Promotional material, Proof, Prove, Publication, Publicity, Release, Report, Represent, Reveal, Revelation, Roll out, Scent, Seeing, Set forth, Show, Show forth, Show signs of, Sidelight, Sign, Signalize, Significant, Signify, Speak for itself, Speak volumes, Spoor, Spotlight, Statement, Substantiation, Suggest, Suggestion, Summation, Summing up, Support, Symptom, Symptomatize, Tangibility, Tell, Telltale, Tend to show, Testament, Testify, Testimonial, Testimony, The dope, The goods, The know, The scoop, Theophany, Tip-off, Token, Trace, Transmission, Trot out, Unfold, Unmistakableness, Unquestionability, Validation, Verification, Vestige, Visibility, Visibility unlimited, Visibility zero, Wave, Whiff, White book, White paper, Witness, Word, Indicate, Show, Reveal, Be evidence of, Display, Exhibit, Manifest, Denote, Evince, Signify

How to use Evidence in a sentence?

  1. The study finds little evidence of overt discrimination.
  2. Supple evidence was required before the accused could be found guilty - and if a lack thereof was evident, the accused was free to go.
  3. That it has been populated from prehistoric times is evidenced by the remains of Neolithic buildings.
  4. The evidence included the defendants fingerprints on the weapon, and security footage of him entering the building just before the crime was committed.
  5. The detectives searched the apartment for clues, hoping to find some key evidence of the crime they suspected had been committed.

Meaning of Evidence & Evidence Definition