documentary

[ dok-yuh-men-tuh-ree, -tree ]SEE DEFINITION OF documentary
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I mean there would be no difficulty in getting legal and documentary proof.

Documentary evidence cannot, of course, be required on such a point.

On Kent's showing, he had no documentary proofs of his royal birth.

This excellent film is a 53-minute documentary on the Manhattan Project.

I told you that my documentary evidence was of a peculiar kind.

No documentary proof can be given of its veracity; and there is no disproof.

"There are Ravenna's documentary safeguards," laughed Zabern.

They had piles and masses of documentary evidence to prove every word they said.

We have no documentary proof that he ever met with Raleigh, or Bacon, or Selden.

In the absence of documentary material it is difficult to date this structure.

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