Definition of "hearsay"
  1. Information from other people that a person did not witness or experience directly
How to use "hearsay" in a sentence
  1. The judge dismissed the lawyer's argument as it was based on hearsay.
  2. The detective disregarded the hearsay and sought tangible evidence.
  3. The jury was advised not to consider hearsay when deliberating the case.

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