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legal circumstantial evidence makes it seem likely that something is true but does not prove it
conclusive evidence, proof, or information proves that something is true
formal corroborative evidence supports what someone has said
documentary proof or evidence is in the form of documents
inadmissible evidence cannot be used in a court of law
formal showing that something exists, or showing what something is like
giving signs or evidence of something
helping to prove that a theory or claim is true
formal showing the existence of a problem or of a bad situation
you can only judge the quality of something by trying it for yourself
in competitive cycling, the illegal use of motors on bikes in order to gain advantage over other riders
in golf, a gentle hit of the ball so that it rolls along the ground a short distance towards the...
be reversed; be as if it had never happened
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Free thesaurus definition of words used to describe proof and evidence from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.