prima facie

[ prahy-muh fey-shee-ee, fey-shee, fey-shuh, pree- ]SEE DEFINITION OF prima facie

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Here is the testimony of one who cannot, prima facie, be deemed unprejudiced.

Prima facie: on the first view or appearance; at first sight.

Therefore, prima facie, Bacon wrote the works of Shakespeare.

Prima facie, we have no complaint to make that they do differ.

The common theory, independent of other proofs, is prima facie the most probable.

The majority, however, carry their own prima facie explanations.

I saw at once the prima facie evidence was strongly against her.

Section 10, line 24, the words "and such registration shall be prima facie evidence to ownership" should be struck out.

There does not appear to be sufficient reason for giving a mere assertion of claim the prima facie standing of absolute ownership.

It is to be observed that it was considered that prima facie the Negro was a slave.

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