circumstantial

[ sur-kuhm-stan-shuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF circumstantial

Antonyms for circumstantial

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"Circumstantial evidence is often valuable," declared Josie.

But there is no need to resort to circumstantial or conjectural evidence.

"She is just one year younger than I am," she added, thinking it well to be circumstantial.

Circumstantial evidence must first be marshalled, and then a motive must be found.

The jury convict on circumstantial evidence, and I sentence the prisoner to death.

And yet, is there no foundation for Wood's circumstantial narrative?

The Fiscal and Superintendent is there now and we've been going into the circumstantial evidence.

They feared from the circumstantial way in which it was given them that it was too likely to be true.

There was nothing but circumstantial evidence against Radnor.

Here she proceeded to relate her dream with the most circumstantial care.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CIRCUMSTANTIAL

contextual

adjectivedepending upon a set of circumstances
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