Definition of "circumstantial"
  1. Relating to or depending on specific situations or conditions
How to use "circumstantial" in a sentence
  1. The evidence presented in the case was primarily circumstantial, leading to an intense jury deliberation.
  2. Although proof was mostly circumstantial, it was strong enough for a conviction.
  3. Despite the lack of direct evidence, the weight of the circumstantial details led to a guilty verdict.

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