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Definition of "witnesses" []

  • A person who has seen or can give first-hand evidence of some event (noun)
  • A person or thing giving or serving as evidence (noun)
  • A person who testifies, esp in a court of law, to events or facts within his or her own knowledge (noun)
  • A person who attests to the genuineness of a document, signature, etc, by adding his or her own signature (noun)
  • To see, be present at, or know at first hand (verb)
  • To give or serve as evidence (of) (verb)
  • To be the scene or setting of (verb)
  • To testify, esp in a court of law, to events within one's own knowledge (verb)
  • To attest to the genuineness of (a document, signature, etc) by adding one's own signature (verb)
  • Plural form of witness. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of witness. (verb)

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Use "witnesses" in a sentence
  • "You should give the man up before witnesses -- before _witnesses_."
  • "However, as we had with us what he called witnesses, he married us."
  • "The sackcloth of the witnesses is a catch word linking this episode under the sixth trumpet, with the sun black as sackcloth (in righteous retribution on the apostates who rejected God's witnesses) under the sixth seal (Re 6: 12)."
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