NounTestimony (plural testimonies)
- statements made by a witness in court.
- An account of first-hand experience.
- In a church service, a personal account, such as of one's conversion.
Adjectives for Testimony
solitary; jubilant; concurrent; equivocal; miraculous; honeyed; corroborative; irrelevant; remarkable; appreciative; negative; contemporary; inward; consequential; unsupported; indubitable; unanimous; abundant; silent; sufficient; unbiased; uniform; princely; magnificent; personal; willing; ample; unimpeachable; genuine; unique; conflicting; venerable; clear; professional; precious; enthusiastic; damaging; glorious; cheerful; sincere; explicit; oral; unbroken; incontrovertible; emphatic.
Verbs for Testimony
adduce—; analyze—; authenticate—; bear —; blast—; cite—; conform—; contradict—; corroborate—; deduce—; deliver as—; deny —; dispute—; expose—; express—; falsify —; file—; impair—; marshal—; perjure—; punctuate—; question—; record—; refute —; repudiate—; reverse—; review—; substantiate—; sustain—; uncover—; under¬mine—; uphold—; verify—; —authenti¬cates; —bears; —carries weight; —con¬flicts; —convinces; —deludes; —differs; — discloses; —disturbs; —divulges; —floods; —reveals; —stuns; —vindicates; —warrants.
admission, affidavit, affirmation, allegation, argument, assertion, asseveration, attest, attestation, authentication, averment, avouchment, avowal, certification, claim, compurgation, confirmation, corroboration, declaration, demonstration, deposition, disclosure, documentation, evidence, illustration, information, instrument in proof, legal evidence, notarized statement, profession, proof, statement, statement under oath, substantiation, summation, summing up, swearing, sworn evidence, sworn statement, sworn testimony, testament, testimonial, testimonium, verification, vouching, witness, word
- testimonie (obsolete)