Examples of hearsay in a Sentence
You can't judge them solely on the basis of hearsay.
They're supposedly getting married soon, but that's just hearsay.
Recent Examples of hearsay from the Web
At the time, Judge Steven O’Neill ruled Jackson’s testimony would be hearsay.
At the time, O'Neill ruled Jackson's testimony would be hearsay.
At the time, Judge Steven O'Neill ruled Jackson's testimony would be hearsay.
With reports picking up speed and people scrolling through Twitter Saturday eagerly awaiting updates, Zoo New England, the non-profit that manages the Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo, stepped in to quash the hearsay.
Lane calls the government's case weak and based on hearsay and materials translated from multiple languages.
But always there were hints of corroboration, heavily laden with hearsay.
The Firearms Policy Coalition opposed the bill for threatening to confiscate a person’s legally obtained guns based on hearsay.
Busch argues the third-party blame is based on nothing more than hearsay and shouldn't be presented to the jury.
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HEARSAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hearsay for English Language Learners
: something heard from another person : something that you have been told
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