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testimony
used in Lucky by Sebold

12 uses
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Definition
something that serves as evidence — especially a statement at a trial or hearing
  • On top was a copy of my testimony from the preliminary hearing.
    Chapter Eleven (17% in)
testimony = statement at a trial or hearing
  • Based on what the police officer gave you and your physical observation, is your testimony on May eighth your best estimate of the weight of this individual is one hundred and fifty pounds?
    Chapter Eight (62% in)
  • "Your testimony was he wasn't able to work the clasp, whatever the gimmick was, that closed that belt?"
    Chapter Eight (70% in)
  • That is your testimony, you believe the man you saw on October fifth—
    Chapter Eight (85% in)
  • That night following the grand jury testimony, I called Madison a "motherfucker" in the privacy of my dorm room while I pounded my pillow and bed with my fists.
    Chapter Nine (91% in)
  • The City of Syracuse scheduled testimony to begin on May 17, the same day as my sister's commencement ceremony at Penn.
    Chapter Eleven (8% in)
  • "She wants to go over the testimony," he said.
    Chapter Eleven (12% in)
  • "I caution you, Miss Sebold, don't discuss your testimony now with anyone."
    Chapter Eleven (50% in)
  • Now, is it your testimony that you gave all of that information to the police on May eighth?
    Chapter Eleven (65% in)
  • I gather from your testimony that you made a—correct me if I am wrong—you made an effort to remember the features of that person so that you could go back and reconstruct it?
    Chapter Eleven (68% in)
  • Your testimony today is that you were sure that that is true.
    Chapter Eleven (73% in)
  • I believe that your testimony is, then, that you were raped on May eighth?
    Chapter Eleven (82% in)

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