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collateral evidence

noun as in indirect evidence


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Wherever one turns he finds things which furnish collateral evidence of the magnitude of the work.

Collateral evidence as to this is the extraordinary wastefulness, of operation which prevailed.

Collateral evidence of the belief in winged serpents is afforded by incidental allusions to them in the classics.

Confirmation of a reported fact is sometimes derived from collateral evidence, and such is not wanting in the present case.

Thereupon Botts collected and published a mass of collateral evidence to show that Baldwin had testified falsely.

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