- The convincing effect that evidence can have, leading a rational individual to believe in the existence of a certain fact
- The process by which the existence of a certain fact is established or bolstered through the use of evidence
- An item, such as evidence, that assists in establishing the reality of a certain fact
- The lawyer submitted the documents as proof of the defendant's innocence.
- After intense scrutiny, the jury accepted the testimonies as proof of the accused's guilt.
- To win the case, they needed more substantial proof of the proposed theory.