Examples of testimony in a Sentence
The jury heard 10 days of testimony.
There were contradictions in her testimony.
the personal testimonies of survivors of the war
It is testimony to her courage and persistence that she worked for so long in the face of such adversity.
The popularity of diet fads is a testimony to the fact that people want a quick fix for their health and weight problems.
Recent Examples of testimony from the Web
The city appealed the verdict, citing Judge Robin Wilson’s decision to prohibit the women’s testimony and other reasons.
Only two men, John Mitchell and Philip Weigel, were convicted and sentenced to hanging, unfortunate enough to have eyewitness testimony place them at Neville’s house.
The NCAA has nearly no little power to extract testimony from athletes who are no longer eligible to compete at the college level.
In another nugget of news likely to be overlooked Friday, NBC News reported that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has compelled testimony from associates of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
Ryden said prosecutors suspect the jury did not find the testimony of the state's key witness credible enough for a murder conviction.
Friday, NBC News reported that the ex-FBI head and special counsel had issued subpoenas seeking testimony from multiple public relations executives tied to ex-Trump campaign head Paul Manafort.
The jury began deliberating Wednesday night after hearing 13 days of testimony and closing arguments.
Congressional testimony on Pakistan’s support of militants.
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Synonymsattestation, confirmation, corroboration, documentation, evidence, substantiation, testament, testimonial, proof, validation, voucher, witness
Related Words(the) goods; certificate, document, exhibit; demonstration, illustration; authentication, identification, manifestation, verification
Near Antonymsrebuttal, refutation; accusation, allegation, charge; assumption, conjecture, guess, presumption, surmise, suspicion
TESTIMONY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of testimony for English Language Learners
: something that someone says especially in a court of law while formally promising to tell the truth
: proof or evidence that something exists or is true
TESTIMONY Defined for Kids
Definition of testimony for Students
legal Definition of testimony
- negative testimony that the witness did not hear a train whistle
testimonialplay \ˌtes-tə-ˈmō-nē-əl\ adjective
Origin and Etymology of testimony
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