Or reminiscing about events he could not possibly have witnessed.
Compared to the high-order explosives he witnessed in the Army, dry ice bombs are barely a threat.
To fully feel the depth of the Russian humiliation, you would have to have witnessed the torque of its rev-up.
He witnessed first-hand the atrocities of war as a Naval officer and became a vocal proponent for ending the Vietnam War.
We witnessed rape, dishonor and the destruction of families.
I have, I dare say, witnessed this case at least a thousand times.
The Cæsar will never forgive me that I witnessed his abject humiliation.
Every day witnessed a certain amount of progress, until at length the open shell was finished and caulked.
Here they witnessed one of the most tragic spectacles of savage life.
From the Greys I went on to the other two regiments of the brigade and the horse batteries, where I witnessed similar scenes.
c.1300, from witness (n.). Related: Witnessed; witnessing.
More than one witness was required in criminal cases (Deut. 17:6; 19:15). They were the first to execute the sentence on the condemned (Deut. 13:9; 17:7; 1 Kings 21:13; Matt. 27:1; Acts 7:57, 58). False witnesses were liable to punishment (Deut. 19:16-21). It was also an offence to refuse to bear witness (Lev. 5:1).