evidence

evidence
n.

1) to furnish, give, introduce, produce, provide evidence

2) to dig up, find, turn up, unearth; gather evidence; to piece together evidence

3) to plant evidence (on smb.)

4) to suppress; withhold evidence

5) to turn King's (BE), Queen's (BE), state's (AE) evidence

6) admissible; ample; circumstantial; cogent, compelling, convincing; conclusive; concrete, hard; damaging; direct; documentary; hearsay; inadmissible; incontestable, indisputable, irrefutable, undeniable, unquestionable; material; prima facie; reliable, trustworthy; satisfactory; strong; substantial; telltale evidence

7) a body of evidence

8) a piece; scrap, shred of evidence

9) evidence against

10) evidence that + clause (the lawyer produced conclusive evidence that the accused could not have been at the scene of the crime)

11) in evidence (they were very much in evidence)

12) (misc.) the bulk of the evidence

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['evɪd(ə)ns]
ample
circumstantial
cogent
compelling
conclusive
convincing
damaging
documentary
gather evidence
hearsay
inadmissible
incontestable
indisputable
irrefutable
prima facie
provide evidence
reliable
shred of evidence
state's (AE) evidence
strong
substantial
telltale evidence
to piece together evidence
trustworthy
undeniable
undeniable
unearth
unquestionable
withhold evidence
Queen's (BE)
(misc.) the bulk of the evidence
a body of evidence
a piece
admissible
to dig up
to furnish
to suppress
evidence against
to turn King's (BE)
to plant evidence (on smb.)
evidence that + clause (the lawyer produced conclusive evidence that the accused could not have been at the scene of the crime)
in evidence (they were very much in evidence)

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