evidential[ ev-i-den-shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF evidential
Synonyms for evidential
- pointing to
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVIDENTIAL
This story will not appear so evidential to the reader as Scot seems to infer it to be.
Who can say, and prove, that this is not evidential of the truth and credibility of the New Testament?
They may be criminative, or exculpative, or aggravative, or evidential.
The question must be treated simply on literary and evidential grounds.
What evidential value may be assigned to Miss Westbrooks statements?
The main object, then, of the miracles plainly was not evidential.
But your surety and your certainty are of no evidential value.
But the fact is merely suggestive; it has no evidential value.
They were not distinct enough to be evidential, though they were just audible to all of us.
On this point I have, I believe, an instructive and evidential example.