Facts or observations presented in support of an assertion. (noun)
Anything admitted by a court to prove or disprove alleged matters of fact in a trial. (noun)
To provide evidence for, or suggest the truth of. (verb)
Examples of word evidence
And the accumulation of evidence Â–not just your and my anecdotal evidenceÂ– suggests that this is true.
ButÂ remember now, there is some hair evidence and there's some fiber evidenceÂ in some of these cases.
If there are any who imagine, that positive and direct evidence is absolutely necessary to conviction, they are much mistaken; it is a mistake, I believe, very common with those who commit offences: they fancy that they are secure because they are not seen at the moment; but you may prove their guilt as conclusively, perhaps even more satisfactorily, by _circumstantial evidence_, as by any _direct evidence_ that can possibly be given.
To this linguistic evidence of authenticity we can add _archaeological evidence_.
ID has no evidence, and no hypotheses that might generate evidence*.