Thesaurus / hearsay

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It is all hearsay, and not even necessarily hearsay that bolsters the point.

Weidenthaler, through his attorney, has asked the judge to rule that the text conversation is hearsay and should be excluded as evidence.

Herodotus’ description was based on hearsay, travelers’ tales and a heavy dose of folklore, she says.

For the most part the manners and customs of this type of man are only known to us by hearsay which we may refuse to credit.

This shows that Buddhism must then have been known to the Chinese, at any rate by hearsay.

It was an eminently irregular trial, looking at it from a legal point of view, for the verbal evidence all was hearsay.

No vehicle entered it from outside and the war was only hearsay.

In this asylum hell I learn, by hearsay, there were five hundred patients, besides the bull-dog.

Considering the fact that their knowledge was only from hearsay, the Picts had directed him well.

Day of the DruidKnut Enferd

There he drank a bottle of champagne, which had been known to him hitherto only by hearsay.

Taras Bulba and Other TalesNikolai Vasilievich Gogol

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