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Synonyms for witness

bear witness: confirm

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bear witness: give evidence

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Synonyms for witness

someone who sees something occur

something visible or evident that gives grounds for believing in the existence or presence of something else

one who testifies, especially in court

a formal declaration of truth or fact given under oath

to give grounds for believing in the existence or presence of

to confirm formally as true, accurate, or genuine

to give evidence or testimony under oath

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We told the court how the investigating officer manipulated the statement given by eye-witness Poonamchand.
Another eye-witness, Katie Allan, from Walker, said: "I first heard sirens about 45 minutes ago, but I thought nothing of it.
For a moment, Castle thinks that he has got the eye-witness, but soon realises that the kid is describing a shooting scene that he saw on television.
An eye-witness told the Mail that the 23-year-old was being chased by a police car because he was not wearing his seat belt and did not stop at the lights.
It includes eye-witness accounts of his major fights and tells of his fall from grace.
According to an eye-witness the bus was headed to Dhaula Kuan when the passengers in the bus suspected smoke in the engine of the bus following which they raised alarm.
AN eye-witness to Britain's biggest gems heist yesterday revealed the terrifying moment he stared into the eyes of one of the armed raiders.
An eye-witness, who contacted the Evening Gazette via our website www.
One eye-witness told 7DAYS: "I was with my husband and children.
Officers criticised her family for 'hampering' their investigations, saying she was the only potential eye-witness to the crash.
In the face of a despicable trend of Holocaust denial in some quarters of the western world, it is personal eye-witness testimonies like that of Marcel Jabelot that will stand like a beacon against the return of European anti-Semitic fascism.
The young soldier was to ultimately meet his death in the war (a vivid account was provided in a post-war exchange of eye-witness statements) but his memory is preserved with an impeccable scholarship within the pages of A Civil War Soldier Of Christ And Country.
St Clair Mansbridge was an eye-witness to the 1995 murder of dad-of-three Les Reed, of Ely, Cardiff, who was kicked to death in the street by a gang of thugs.
pm) draw on the Finest Hour sound archive with its eye-witness accounts of the blitz, and which has been compiled by community arts ensemble Urban Strawberry Lunch during the past three years.
While working on the staff of the SBC Historical Commission in 1973-94, I saw in eye-witness fashion unbelievable patterns of threat directed by fundamentalists toward SBC agency leaders.