cumulative-evidence

cumulative evidence

noun
1.
evidence of which the parts reinforce one another, producing an effect stronger than any part by itself.
2.
Chiefly Law.
a.
testimony repetitive of testimony given earlier.
b.
evidence that confirms or adds to previous evidence.

Origin:
1840–50

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cumulative evidence
 
n
law additional evidence reinforcing testimony previously given

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