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adduce to cite as evidence or proof; bring to bear in argument or discussion.
allegation an assertion made in the absence of positive proof. [1/3 definitions]
allege to assert in the absence of positive proof. [1/3 definitions]
apologetics (used with a sing. verb) the branch of theology dealing with the defense and proof of a religious faith, esp. Christianity.
assertion a declaration or statement, often without support or proof. [1/2 definitions]
attest to give confirmation, testimony, or proof (often fol. by to). [1/2 definitions]
axiom in mathematics, a statement, often one regarded as obvious, that is accepted without proof as a basis for proving other statements; postulate. [1/2 definitions]
beg the question to assume as true a conclusion to an argument and then present that conclusion as proof.
benefit of the doubt acceptance of a statement or belief as true in the absence of contrary proof.
black and white print or writing considered as documentary evidence or binding proof. [1/2 definitions]
blended whiskey a blend of two straight whiskeys, or of one with neutral spirits in which the hundred-proof straight whiskey constitutes at least twenty percent of the combined volume.
circumstantiate to supply circumstances or particulars as evidence, proof, or description of.
cite to quote or refer to as proof or illustration. [1/5 definitions]
corollary in mathematics, a proposition whose proof directly follows in one or a few steps from the proof of another proposition. [1/4 definitions]
demonstration evidence; proof. [1/5 definitions]
demonstrative providing proof; decisive. [1/5 definitions]
disproof evidence or proof to the contrary. [1/2 definitions]
document a written or printed paper, often of a legal or official nature, that provides information, evidence, or proof of something, such as a birth certificate or marriage license. [1/4 definitions]
evidence the basis for belief; that which constitutes proof of something. [1/5 definitions]
galley a tray that holds type that has been set for printing, or a proof printed from such a tray of type. [1/3 definitions]
galley proof a printer's proof taken from type in a galley to allow for correction of errors before final pages are assembled.