|invent incriminating evidence||trump up|
|(Botany) plant of the genus mentha (genus of fragrant herbs including peppermint, spearmint, and horsemint, etc.); hard or soft mint-flavored candy; factory where money is produced; gold mine (Slang), in perfect condition, invent, make coins, print mon...||mint|
|A formal document used to record a fact and used as proof of the fact, for example stock certificates, which evidence ownership of stock in a corporation.||Certificate|
|ability to be substantiated, ability to be verified with evidence or proof||provability|
|accepted as true but doubtful, hypothetical, presumed to be true; intended as, designed for; imagined; conjectural, lacking concrete evidence||supposed|
|account of proceedings, best accomplishment, body of information, collection of data, comprising the best result ever attained, copy of music, copy sounds or images, document containing history, evidence, greatest yet, indicate measurement, inscribe, w...||record|
|act as pioneer, first person to explore territory, first species to grow somewhere, go into unexplored territory, invent or develop new thing, inventor or innovator, pathfinder, forerunner; one who paves the way; member of a military engineering corps,...||pioneer|
|act of exhibiting, display art, exhibition, give something as evidence, object on display, piece of evidence, reveal a quality, show something to others, demonstrate; present, something presented as evidence in a court of law; display, exhibition (of a...||exhibit|
|act of providing evidence to support a claim, act of supporting with an example; act of producing a more specifically defined object by replacing some variables with values (Computer Programming)||instantiation|
|act of providing incriminating evidence to a law officer (in genreral in return for favors), act of ratting; disclosure; telling; act of explaining; speech act that gives information||informing|
|act of stinging; sharp pain or wound caused a stinger; sharp organ or part (Botany, Zoology); covert operation executed by undercover agents to collect evidence or apprehend criminals (Slang), goad, hurtfulness, inject with toxin, power to upset, prick...||sting|
|act or process of making a product by hand or by machine (especially on a large scale); specific branch of industry (i.e. linen manufacture); product made by hand or by machine, invent, make body chemical, make by machine (especially on a large scale);...||manufacture|
|actual course of events, actuality; reality; deed; proof (Law), piece of information, something based on evidence, something known to be true, truth or reality of something||fact|
|affidavit, confirmation of procedures, substantiation, proof, confirmatory evidence, establishment of truth||verification|
|affording proof, serving as evidence, based on facts, evidentiary||evidential|
|alternate but equivalent form of expression, coin -operated, create expression, make coins out of metal, mint; invent a new word or phrase, make metal into coins, metal money, mint coins, paper or metal money, piece of metal money, piece of stamped met...||coin|
|appoint, give rise to, make, perform for first time, produce art or invent||create|
|arrange layout of page, build; cosmetics; arrangement; construct; constitute; invent, concoct; forgive and forget; supply what is lacking; put on cosmetics; compensate for something missed (as in: "I missed the test, may I make it up?"), complete, join...||make up|
|assume, hypothesize, theorize, presume, postulate, basis of argument, evidence for conclusion, premiss, propose as premise, proposition, basic assumption, presupposition, fundamental presumption, say by way of introduction||premise|
|assumption, supposition, surmise; boldness, arrogance, belief in something that seems reasonable, legal inference, rudeness or arrogance, something believed without actual evidence, something that could be proof||presumption|
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