BE EVIDENCE &c. n.; evince, show, betoken, tell of; indicate (denote) [See Indication]; imply, involve, argue, bespeak, breathe.
HAVE WEIGHT, carry weight; tell, speak volumes; speak for itself (manifest) [See Manifestation].
REST UPON, depend upon; repose on.
BEAR WITNESS &c. n.; give evidence &c. n.; testify, depose, witness, vouch for; sign, seal, undersign, set ones hand and seal, sign and seal, deliver as ones act and deed, certify, attest; acknowledge (assent) [See Assent].
CONFIRM, make absolute, ratify, corroborate, indorse or endorse, countersign, support, bear out, vindicate, uphold, warrant.
ADDUCE, attest, evidence, cite, quote; refer to, appeal to; call, call to witness; bring forward, bring on, bring into court; allege, plead; produce -, confront- witnesses; collect -, bring together -, rake up- evidence.
ESTABLISH; have -, make out- a case; authenticate, circumstantiate, substantiate, verify, make good, quote chapter and verse; bring home to, bring to book, bring off.
EVIDENTIAL; showing &c. v.; indicative, indicatory; deducible [See Demonstration]; grounded on, founded on, based on; first-hand, authentic, verificative, verifiable, veridical, cumulative, corroborative, confirmatory; significant, weighty, overwhelming, damning, conclusive.
oral, documentary, hearsay &c. (evidence in chief) n.
BY INFERENCE; according to, witness, a fortiori [L.]; still more, still less; raison de plus [F.]; in corroboration of &c. n.; valeat quantum [L.]; under seal, under ones hand and seal; at first hand, at second hand.
Dictum de dicto.
Where are the evidence that do accuse me?Richard III
We must never assume that which is incapable of proof.George Henry Lewes
Litigious terms, fat contentions, and flowing fees.Milton
I do not know the method of drawing up an indictment against an whole people.Burke
Still you keep o the windy side of the law.Twelfth Night
Oh Sammy, Sammy, vy wornt there a alleybi!Dickens