evidentiary

[ev-i-den-shuh-ree]
adjective
2.
Law. pertaining to or constituting evidence.

Origin:
1800–10; < Latin ēvidenti(a) evidence + -ary

nonevidentiary, adjective
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evidentiary

adjective
1. pertaining to or constituting evidence; "evidentiary technique"; "an evidentiary fact" 
2. serving as or based on evidence; "evidential signs of a forced entry"; "its evidentiary value" [syn: evidential
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Example sentences
The pair hugged, snapped some evidentiary photographs and buried offerings in
  the snow.
Not much, if at all, evidentiary support is necessary in doing so.
Perfectly reasonable, scientific, evidentiary article.
Statistics can be presented as evidence and, in reality, have no evidentiary
  value whatsoever.
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