US /ˈɛvɪdəns/

UK /'evɪdəns/

  • noun
  • Factual proof that helps to establish the truth


They convicted the wrong man on the basis of a signed confession with no corroborative evidence.

Scientists have found fresh evidence to suggest that a huge explosion led to the death of the dinosaurs.

There was a mass of circumstantial evidence linking Watson to the murder.