evidence of which the parts reinforce one another, producing an effect stronger than any part by itself.
testimony repetitive of testimony given earlier.
evidence that confirms or adds to previous evidence.
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How to use cumulative evidence in a sentence
And he learns it so late, because it is a matter of cumulative experience upon which cumulative evidence is lacking.The Rhythm of Life | Alice Meynell
It is only natural, therefore, that his cumulative evidence from history and fable and gossip should be well presented.The Little Cryptogram | J. Gilfin Pyle
To such objectors, cumulative evidence regarding facts out of their own mental horizon is useless.Telepathy and the Subliminal Self | R. Osgood Mason
A further search of the house brought to light two sets of burglars' tools, which served as cumulative evidence.True Detective Stories | Cleveland Moffett
It is the weight of a great mass of cumulative evidence which tells the tale.The Problems of Psychical Research | Hereward Carrington
British Dictionary definitions for cumulative evidence
law additional evidence reinforcing testimony previously given
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