Definition of Evidentially

1. Adverb. In an evidential way; according to evidence. ¹



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Definition of Evidentially

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Evidentially

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evictors
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evidence
evidence-based medicine
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evidencer
evidencers
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evidencing
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evidentialist
evidentially (current term)
evidentiarily
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evil
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evil laughs
evil laughter

Literary usage of Evidentially

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1. A Treatise on the Law of Evidence in Criminal Issues by Francis Wharton (1884)
"V. JUDGMENTS VIEWED evidentially. Proof of prior convictions when aggravated sentence is sought, §601. Conviction of principal evidence against accessary, ..."

2. A Pocket Code of the Rules of Evidence in Trials at Law by John Henry Wigmore (1910)
"A pleading 682 of the party in another cause in chancery is receivable evidentially as an admission in the present cause, (a) if it be an answer. ..."

3. The History of the Litigation and Legislation Respecting Presbyterian by Thomas Smith James (1867)
"... legal steps for tl recovery of all such property as can be evidentially traced to a ... evidentially traced to an Ariau or Socinian origin shall ever, ..."

4. A Treatise on the Law of Evidence by Simon Greenleaf (1899)
"Particular Conduct as Evidence of other Persons' Character need evidentially. It has already been seen that in some other instances (than that of an accused ..."

5. The Principles of Judicial Proof: As Given by Logic, Psychology, and General by John Henry Wigmore (1913)
"The existence of a design or plan is usually employed evidentially to indicate the ... It is not used evidentially to prove something else; it is one of the ..."

6. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research by Society for Psychical Research, Edmund Gurney (1894)
"It is true that these phenomena are, for the most part, evidentially less important than those with which we ..."

7. A Treatise on the Law of Evidence in Criminal Issues by Francis Wharton (1884)
"V. JUDGMENTS VIEWED evidentially. Proof of prior convictions when aggravated sentence is sought, §601. Conviction of principal evidence against accessary, ..."

8. A Pocket Code of the Rules of Evidence in Trials at Law by John Henry Wigmore (1910)
"A pleading 682 of the party in another cause in chancery is receivable evidentially as an admission in the present cause, (a) if it be an answer. ..."

9. The History of the Litigation and Legislation Respecting Presbyterian by Thomas Smith James (1867)
"... legal steps for tl recovery of all such property as can be evidentially traced to a ... evidentially traced to an Ariau or Socinian origin shall ever, ..."

10. A Treatise on the Law of Evidence by Simon Greenleaf (1899)
"Particular Conduct as Evidence of other Persons' Character need evidentially. It has already been seen that in some other instances (than that of an accused ..."

11. The Principles of Judicial Proof: As Given by Logic, Psychology, and General by John Henry Wigmore (1913)
"The existence of a design or plan is usually employed evidentially to indicate the ... It is not used evidentially to prove something else; it is one of the ..."

12. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research by Society for Psychical Research, Edmund Gurney (1894)
"It is true that these phenomena are, for the most part, evidentially less important than those with which we ..."

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