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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to testimony:   (189 results)

Often used in the same context:
witnesses, deposition, arguments, confession, hearing, evidence, prosecution, surrebuttal, statements, recantation, jurors, rebuttal, trial, affidavits, hearsay evidence, deliberations, circumstantial evidence, summations, assertions, transcript, remarks, jury, evidentiary, hearsay, codefendant, prosecutors, recollections, documents, allocution, pleadings, sentencing, voir dire, corroborating, defendant, probative, investigators, attorneys, testifier, presentation, perjury, admissibility, accuser, retrial, corroborating evidence, denials, case, thirdhand, testimonials, findings, contentions, indictment, plea, interrogations, truthfulness, memos, grand jury, keynote address, facts, mistrial, lawyers, probable cause, inquest, ipse dixit, eulogy, courtroom, hackie, speech, explanations, inferences, informant, subcommittee, questioning, allegation, bataillon, alibi, polygrapher, eyewitness, keynote speech, fifth amendment, report, impaneling, res gestae, continuance, conversations, colloquy, appellant, accusation, verdict, accountings, tipstaff, rulings, recounting, odontologist, untruthfulness, proceedings, declarant, speeches, plea bargain, invocation, sentencer, affiant, dissenting opinion, testimonies, attestation, witness, confirmation, corroboration, declaration, testimonial, declarations, attestations, confirmations, proof, cf, commentary, affirmation, evidences, proofs, recommendation, inquiry, calendar, difference, document, judgment, laws, list, procedure, revival, slavery, workshop, 41st, 61st, 75th, 85th, 95th, analysis, appeal, appendix, arrange

More specific:
affidavit, attestation, declaration, deposition, testament, witness

Appears in the definition of:
., adverse witness, attest, bear witness, clinical, concoction, consistent, contrivance, credible, criminatory, cross-examination, cross-examiner, cross-questioner, direct evidence, elicitation, fallacious, false, false witness, freedom from self-incrimination, good authority, hearing, hostile witness, incrimination, incriminatory, material witness, perjurer, playback, privilege against self incrimination, relevant, suborn, subornation, take the stand, testify, testimonial, testimonial immunity, transactional immunity, truthful, use immunity, witness

More general:
assertion, asseveration, averment, evidence

Synonyms:
testimonial

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— Adjectives for testimony: expert, such, own, oral, eloquent, direct, false, ample, personal, human, further, more...

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See testimony used in context: 39 rhymes, 13 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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