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
Support staff— receptionists, schedulers, community health educators, even a hospital data analyst—stayed for a crash course in birth control to stamp out hearsay with medically accurate information.
That kind of hearsay is, in part, what has allowed the casting couch to be used as a defense for Weinstein.
At the time, Judge Steven O’Neill ruled Jackson’s testimony would be hearsay.
Durst's defense team, who didn't reply to messages seeking comment, has fought or is expected to challenge every bit of evidence that implicates him, including Berman's numerous hearsay statements to friends.
These fans’ relationship to XXXTentacion was—and, perhaps more than ever, is—entirely based on the music and its importance to them, and everything outside of that was dismissible hearsay.
But the superstars finally put the hearsay to rest once and for all, posing for a photo together at the Radio Disney Music Awards over the weekend.
But much of that argument did not make its way to Broward Circuit Judge Ernest Kollra’s courtroom because of hearsay rules and witnesses who were out of town.
But much of what really happens within the clubs is strictly hearsay.
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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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