Results for witness

Definitions of witness:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To give evidence.

part of speech: noun

Knowledge brought in proof: testimony of a fact: that which furnishes proof: one who sees or has personal knowledge of a thing: one who attests.

part of speech: verb

To see or know by personal presence; to attest; to give testimony to; to give evidence; impera. see, in evidence or proof- as, witness my hand.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To testify.

part of speech: verb transitive

To have direct knowledge of: to see: to give testimony to.

part of speech: noun

Testimony; knowledge or matter adduced in proof; a person who sees or knows anything; one present; one who gives evidence; one who sees the execution of a will, a deed, or suchlike, and adhibits his name to it to confirm its authenticity.

part of speech: verb transitive

To look on at, so as to have personal knowledge; to have direct knowledge of; to testify to; to see.

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