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Evidence

Antonyms for evidence:

disprove, guess, refutation, refute, disproof.

Synonyms for evidence:

Sense 1

Bona fides, habeas corpus, continuance, closing argument, relic, illustrate, ammo, guarantee, hint, paper trail, special pleading, smoking gun, ammunition, dung, audit trail, basis, scent, trophy, suggestion.

Sense 2

trail, explanation, cite, verify, plea, indicator, argument, examination, giveaway, verification, testimonial, validate, authenticate, confirm, weapon, calling card, pointer, trace, token.

Sense 3

index, witness, motion, sign, pleading, signification, warrant, reference, corroborate, case, summation, reflection, consideration.

Sense 4

proclaim, substantiate, reveal, badge.

Sense 5

body.

Sense 6

defense, justify.

Sense 8

back.

Sense 9

note.

Sense 10

mark.

clearness

clarity.

covenant

testament.

Sense 2 (noun)

pointer, suggestion, smoking gun, testimonial, testament, verification, warrant.

Sense 3 (noun)

indicator, sign, habeas corpus, examination, badge, continuance, case, defense, token, signification, index, witness, note, mark, closing argument.

base (noun)

basis.

biblical revelation (noun)

oracle, discovery, appearance, vision, gospel, epiphany, apocalypse, disclosure, emergence, revelation, issuance, prophecy, apotheosis, coming, Revealment, apparition, inspiration, materialization, manifestation.

body (noun)

argument.

clarity (noun)

distinctness, plainness, perceptibility, certainty.

cognition (noun)

grounds.

confirmation (noun)

authentication, verification.

demonstration (noun)

expose, show.

evidence (noun)

corroboration, confirmation, manifestation, data, testimonial, tell, certification, indication, grounds, testament, determination, information, observation, illustration, connotation, symptom, exemplification, attestation, gospel, declaration, witness, manifest, affirmation, demonstrate, exhibit, statement, specimen, substantiation, validation, counter-evidence, index, mark, fact, authentication, sign, attest, deposition, testimony, certify, token, quotation, smoking gun, documentation, support, demonstration, establishment.

experience (noun)

exposure.

hint (noun)

inference.

indication (noun)

index.

in evidence (noun)

display, witness, establish, manifest, evince, prove, show, exhibit, demonstrate, attest, reveal, indicate, confirm.

information (noun)

news, knowledge, details, information, intelligence, advice, facts, data.

manifestation (noun)

exhibition, unfolding, exposure, proof, expression, showing, symptom, incarnation, embodiment, demonstration, staging, presentation, display.

record (noun)

documentation, paper trail.

relic (noun)

relic.

signification (noun)

giveaway.

testament (noun)

exemplification.

testimony (noun)

sign, ammunition, mark.

visibility (noun)

discernibility, visibility, distinctness, perceptibility, plainness, apparentness, observability, clearness.

bear witness (verb)

testify, corroborate, prove.

cite (verb)

present, tell, reference, recite, recount.

communication (verb)

tell.

evidence (verb)

demonstrate, evince, illustrate, exhibit, designate, manifest, proclaim, reveal, show, display, confirm, attest, expose, indicate.

Usage examples for evidence:

  • Vane began to hope there was no positive evidence. - "Peg Woffington", Charles Reade.
  • We are at liberty to decide either way concerning them according to the evidence before us. - "Companion to the Bible", E. P. Barrows.
  • Is any evidence of them to be found? - "Mentally Defective Children", Alfred Binet Théodore Simon.

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