Definition of evidentially in US English:



  • See evidential

    • ‘So, both conceptually and evidentially, the last act within the defendant's control that gives the cause of complaint in relation evidentially closed.’
    • ‘Nevertheless there is no scope evidentially for a prosecution.’
    • ‘This is probably why this was not an evidentially significant part of the case (in terms of the amount of evidence devoted to it).’
    • ‘Such claims will remain legally and evidentially difficult.’
    • ‘I am quite satisfied that this modest delay had had no effect on the cogency of the evidence and I do not consider the first defendants have been prejudiced evidentially in the smallest degree.’