evidential evidential


  • (adj) serving as or based on evidence


  1. However, a direct quotation from Steinach on methods of verifying the degree of youth attained has evidential value.
  2. The possible reasons for Bishop White's statement, and its lack of evidential value as to Washington's general practice, were commented upon by Bishop Meade.
  3. As a result, the camera spends so much time swallowing evidential strawberries that it hardly has time to note that a war is going on, or that real people are involved in it.



  1. In a parliamentary answer, Justice Minister Maria Eagle said: "The figures understate the actual number of finds, because they do not include items retained by the police for evidential purposes, and phones not submitted for other reasons. It is not...
    on Mar 9, 2010 By: Maria Eagle Source: The Herald

  2. Blair told reporters Thursday the decision not to go ahead with the case was taken by counsel on "evidential and legal grounds" and not for "other reasons."
    on Feb 26, 2004 By: Tony Blair Source: CNN

  3. "You know, we know that something's wrong," Beary said. "We know something happened and that's why we are still building the evidential case for the future."
    on Oct 4, 2008 By: Kevin Beary Source: Florida Today

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