Hearsay-rule



noun, Law.
1.
the rule making hearsay evidence inadmissible.

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    [heer-sey] /ˈhɪərˌseɪ/ noun 1. unverified, unofficial information gained or acquired from another and not part of one’s direct knowledge: I pay no attention to hearsay. 2. an item of idle or unverified information or gossip; rumor: a malicious hearsay. adjective 3. of, relating to, or characterized by hearsay: hearsay knowledge; a hearsay report. /ˈhɪəˌseɪ/ noun […]

  • Hearse

    [hurs] /hɜrs/ noun 1. a vehicle for conveying a dead person to the place of burial. 2. a triangular frame for holding candles, used at the service of Tenebrae in Holy Week. 3. a canopy erected over a tomb. /hɜːs/ noun 1. a vehicle, such as a specially designed car or carriage, used to carry […]



  • Heartache

    [hahrt-eyk] /ˈhɑrtˌeɪk/ noun 1. emotional pain or distress; sorrow; grief; anguish. /ˈhɑːtˌeɪk/ noun 1. intense anguish or mental suffering n. Old English heortece, in the sense of a physical pain; c.1600 in sense of “anguish of mind;” from heart + ache. Old English did, however, have heartsarnes “grief,” literally “heart-soreness.”

  • Heartaching

    [hahrt-eyk] /ˈhɑrtˌeɪk/ noun 1. emotional pain or distress; sorrow; grief; anguish. /ˈhɑːtˌeɪk/ noun 1. intense anguish or mental suffering n. Old English heortece, in the sense of a physical pain; c.1600 in sense of “anguish of mind;” from heart + ache. Old English did, however, have heartsarnes “grief,” literally “heart-soreness.”



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