Adduce (verb)

  1. To cite or produce (evidence or an example) in support of an argument or statement.
  2. To present or offer (a reason or argument) in support of something.

Origin:

Late middle english (in the sense "bring forward as evidence"): from latin adducere, from ad- "to" + ducere "to lead".

Examples:

  1. He adduced several examples to support his argument.
  2. She adduced evidence of the defendant's guilt.
  3. The lawyer adduced several precedents to support his case.
  4. The witness adduced testimony in favor of the accused.
  5. The scientist adduced new data to support his theory.
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