What is another word for witnesses?

Pronunciation: [wˈɪtnəsɪz] (IPA)

The word "witnesses" refers to those who observe an event or situation and are able to provide evidence or testimony about it. Synonyms for witnesses include observers, bystanders, onlookers, spectators, viewers, and witnesses-in-waiting. Other synonyms include eyewitnesses, participants, players, actors, and characters. The term "witnesses" can also refer to those who attest to the truth or accuracy of something, in which case synonyms may include corroborators, verifiers, attestors, certifiers, and endorsers. Additionally, in legal contexts, the term "witnesses" can be replaced by terms such as deponents, deponents-in-law, or deponents-on-record. Regardless of the context, synonyms for witnesses provide alternate ways of referring to those who have observed or experienced a situation, and can aid in communication and precision of language.

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Usage examples for Witnesses

I have witnesses to prove it.
"Leo the Circus Boy"
Ralph Bonehill
Then the testimony of the other witnesses was taken, even to that of the little housemaid who had been in the family at the time, and who had seen Peter Junior wear the hat.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
Dunkle admitted to witnesses that he had been paid for the affidavit published in the New York Times.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Witnesses

  • The fight is won or lost far away from witnesses - behind the lines, in the gym, and out there on the road, long before I dance under those lights.
    Muhammad Ali
  • I believe that historians and analysts of historical events need the authority of facts supplied by living witnesses to the events, which they make their subject.
    Ibrahim Babangida
  • That justice should be administered between men, it is necessary that testimonies of fact be alleged; and that witnesses should apprehend themselves greatly obliged to discover the truth, according to their conscience, in dark and doubtful cases.
    Isaac Barrow
  • The review process was conducted in an extremely bipartisan manner. Minority members of the Judiciary Committee were responsible for the invitation of 1/3 of the witnesses who appeared.
    Jo Bonner
  • The tests which showed that this was the only rifle which had the markings which were shown on the bullets; the fact that a man was seen by several witnesses, not identified, but seen in the window with the general description of what he looked like.
    John Sherman Cooper

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