Definition of Eyewitnesses

1. Noun. (plural of eyewitness) ¹



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Definition of Eyewitnesses

1. eyewitness [n] - See also: eyewitness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eyewitnesses

eyewall mesovortex
eyewall mesovortices
eyewalls
eyewash
eyewashes
eyewater
eyewatering
eyewaters
eyewear
eyewink
eyewinker
eyewinkers
eyewinks
eyewitness
eyewitnessed
eyewitnesses (current term)
eyghen
eygre
eygres
eying
eylettersite
eyliad
eyliads
eyndill
eyne
eyot
eyots
eyr
eyra
eyras

Literary usage of Eyewitnesses

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1. Child Sexual Abuse: Intervention and Treatment Issues by Kathleen C. Faller (1995)
"eyewitnesses Occasionally, there will be eyewitnesses to sexual abuse. ... They may also be adult eyewitnesses, sometimes the spouse of the offender. ..."

2. The Law of Marriage and Divorce, Giving the Law in All the States and by Frank H Keezer (1906)
"46. Confessions. ing. 52. Necessity of proof of marriage. 53. Proof of foreign marriage. 54. Presumptions flowing from 47. eyewitnesses. 48. ..."

3. Works by William Robertson (1825)
"They desci minutely, and with great horrour, the human sacrifices ofre by the Mexicans to their deities, and affirm that some of th number were eyewitnesses ..."

4. A popular commentary on the New Testament by Daniel Denison Whedon (1874)
"beginning were eyewitnesses, and ministers of the word ; 3 ° It seemed good to me ... eyewitnesses—To be " witnesses chosen before of God" of the doings and ..."

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