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Definition something that serves as evidence — especially a statement at a trial or hearing
  • Her emotional testimony moved the jury.
testimony = the statement of a witness at a trial
  • Before your testimony, they will have you solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
  • testimony = the statement of a witness at a trial
  • She said it in her testimony to the Senate Environment and Public Works committee on greenhouse gas emissions.
  • testimony = a statement that serves as evidence at a trial or hearing
  • Mr. Ewell, you heard the sheriff's testimony, didn't you?
    Harper Lee  --  To Kill a Mockingbird
  • testimony = statement (made under oath in a court trial)
  • For the remainder of your testimony, I wish you would stick to what you saw, Mr. Quillan.
    Stephen King  --  Carrie
  • testimony = statement (evidence)
  • Well, I think that testimony that could put a human being into the electric chair should be that accurate.
    Reginald Rose  --  Twelve Angry Men
  • testimony = a statement that serves as evidence
  • The first people to give testimony were criminals themselves, members of the organizations and syndicates who, for one reason or another, decided to turn against their own kind.
    Robert Cormier  --  I Am the Cheese
  • testimony = oral evidence in a trial
  • The point is: can you listen to the testimony given here and decide whether she's guilty or innocent based on the evidence, not on past experience or feelings?
    Delia Owens  --  Where the Crawdads Sing
  • testimony = oral evidence (in a trial)
  • The remainder of the trial consisted of the testimony of eleven witnesses—four for Mason and seven for Clyde.
    Theodore Dreiser  --  An American Tragedy
  • testimony = statements that serve as evidence
  • On top was a copy of my testimony from the preliminary hearing.
    Alice Sebold  --  Lucky
  • testimony = statement at a trial or hearing
  • Their testimony is basic to the defense of my client.
    Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee  --  Inherit the Wind
  • testimony = statements that serves as evidence
  • Won't his testimony validate that they are, in fact, Africans?
    Alexs Pate  --  Amistad
  • testimony = statements that serve as evidence
  • Let me now advert ... to what was peculiar in that testimony.
    Edgar Allan Poe  --  The Murders in the Rue Morgue
  • testimony = a statement at a trial or hearing
  • Thus far I have gone, tracing a secure way over the pathless seas, the very stars themselves being witnesses and testimonies of my triumph.
    Mary Shelley  --  Frankenstein
  • testimonies = something that serves as evidence
  • At 2:15, Tom returned to tell them the jurors had asked to see the coroner's testimony.
    Delia Owens  --  Where the Crawdads Sing
  • testimony = written transcript of oral evidence (in a trial)
  • Sometimes seeing testimony in black and white makes it more definitive to the jurors.
    Delia Owens  --  Where the Crawdads Sing
  • testimony = oral evidence (in a trial)
  • The jurors have asked to see the court record of the bus drivers' testimonies.
    Delia Owens  --  Where the Crawdads Sing
  • testimonies = oral evidence (in a trial)
  • Kya's mind faded in and out of reality, catching only snippets of the testimony.
    Delia Owens  --  Where the Crawdads Sing
  • testimony = oral evidence (in a trial)
  • The prosecution does not refute this testimony.
    Delia Owens  --  Where the Crawdads Sing
  • testimony = oral evidence (in a trial)
  • Kya nodded slightly—her first reaction to testimony since the trial began.
    Delia Owens  --  Where the Crawdads Sing
testimony = oral evidence (in a trial)

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