Indirect testimony


  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Indirect testimony circumstantial or inferential evidence
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In literature:

To offset the picture there is much indirect testimony to the amiability of the man, aside from the evidence furnished by his own writings.
"Ponkapog Papers" by Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Her remarks, moreover, are indirect but valuable testimony to the evils of our sort of identical education of the sexes.
"Sex in Education" by Edward H. Clarke
Yet even these may be looked upon as a kind of indirect testimony to the ancient vigour of the race.
"The Roman Poets of the Republic" by W. Y. Sellar