Definition of Forensics

1. Noun. Scientific tests or techniques used in the investigation of crimes.




Definition of Forensics

1. Noun. the study of formal debate; rhetoric ¹

2. Noun. forensic science ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Forensics

1. forensic [n] - See also: forensic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forensics

forenotices
forensal
forensic
forensic anthropology
forensic biology
forensic dentistry
forensic medicine
forensic odontology
forensic pathology
forensic psychiatry
forensic psychology
forensic science
forensical
forensically
forensick
forensics (current term)
foreordain
foreordained
foreordaining
foreordains
foreordinate
foreordinated
foreordinates
foreordinating
foreordination
foreordinations
forepart
foreparts
forepast

Literary usage of Forensics

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1. The College Curriculum in the United States by Louis Franklin Snow (1907)
"Interesting, as a special feature of the rhetoric work, has been the general resuscitation throughout the country of the courses in forensics, ..."

2. The History and Pedagogy of American Student Societies by Henry Davidson Sheldon (1901)
"It is when contrasted with such a style that we are able fully to appreciate the training which the college course in forensics and the intercollegiate ..."

3. What are the Demands of the Reform-agitator? by Richard Sylvester Dow, R. S. D. (1912)
"Not forensics but reason should be brought to bear. The inflaming of class prejudice can be brought about no more effectually than by the use of distorted ..."

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