circumstantiality

[ sur-kuh m-stan-shee-al-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF circumstantiality
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There seemed no flaw in the evidence, once granted its circumstantiality.

Also he had upheld his lies with a striking narrative of circumstantiality.

The circumstantiality of the account was equally horrible and amusing.

The circumstantiality of his tale excited curiosity, and inclined his contemporaries to belief.

With what circumstantiality could they recall old law cases; describe old duels, old political animosities and excitements!

Obviously intentional, too, for the circumstantiality excluded the idea of a mistake.

It cannot be denied, however, that the circumstantiality of the story gave a handle to the Quarterly's theory.

The account of the conception and birth of Servius Tullius is curious from its circumstantiality.

With what circumstantiality could they recall old law cases, and describe old duels, old political animosities and excitements!

His story has none of the circumstantiality of an actual occurrence; his statements are as indefinite as the agents were shadowy.

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