[On one side] Evidence.

[Antonyms: counter evidence.]

[Nouns] evidence; facts, premises, data, praecognita, grounds.

indication [more]; criterion (test) [more].

testimony, testification; attestation; deposition (affirmation) [more]; examination.

admission (assent) [more]; authority, warrant, credential, diploma, voucher, certificate, doquet, docket; testamur; record [more]; document; pi�ce justificative; deed, warranty (security) [more]; signature, seal (identification) [more]; exhibit.

witness, indicator; eyewitness, earwitness; deponent; sponsor; cojuror.

oral evidence, documentary evidence, hearsay evidence, external evidence, extrinsic evidence, internal evidence, intrinsic evidence, circumstantial evidence, cumulative evidence, ex parte evidence, presumptive evidence, collateral evidence, constructive evidence; proof (demonstration) [more]; evidence in chief.

secondary evidence; confirmation, corroboration, support; ratification (assent) [more]; authentication; compurgation, wager of law, comprobation.

citation, reference.

[Verbs] be evidence; evince, show, betoken, tell of; indicate (denote) [more]; imply, involve, argue, bespeak, breathe.

have weight, carry weight; tell, speak volumes; speak for itself (manifest) [more].

rest upon, depend upon; repose on.

bear witness; give evidence; testify, depose, witness, vouch for; sign, seal, undersign, set one's hand and seal, sign and seal, deliver as one's act and deed, certify, attest; acknowledge (assent) [more].

[provide conclusive evidence] make absolute, confirm, prove (demonstrate) [more].

[add further evidence] endorse, countersign, corroborate, support, ratify, bear out, uphold, warrant.

adduce, attest, cite, quote; refer to, appeal to; call, call to witness; bring forward, bring into court; allege, plead; produce witnesses, confront witnesses; collect evidence, bring together evidence, rake up evidence.

have a case, make out a case; establish, authenticate, substantiate, verify, make good, quote chapter and verse; bring home to, bring to book.

[Adjectives] showing; indicative, indicatory; deducible [more]; grounded on, founded on, based on; corroborative, confirmatory.

[Adverbs] by inference; according to, witness, a fortiori; still more, still less; raison de plus; in corroboration of; valeat quantum; under seal, under one's hand and seal.

[Phrases] dictum de dicto; mise en evidence [Fr.].

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