circumstantial

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Full of circumstance or pomp; ceremonial
Abounding with circumstances; detailing or exhibiting all the circumstances; minute; particular

Second-hand but clearly from the best possible source - the King himself - is highly circumstantial, taking twenty-two pages of text.

Pertaining to or dependent on circumstances, especially as opposed to essentials; incidental, not essential
Something incidental to the main subject, but of less importance; opposed to an essential; -- generally in the plural; as, the circumstantials of religion
{a} particular, minute, accidental
fully detailed and specific about particulars; "a circumstantial report about the debate"
Something incidental to the main subject, but of less importance; opposed to an essential; generally in the plural; as, the circumstantials of religion
Incidental; relating to, but not essential
fully detailed and specific about particulars; "a circumstantial report about the debate
{s} depending on circumstance, pertaining to circumstance
Circumstantial evidence is evidence that makes it seem likely that something happened, but does not prove it. Fast work by the police in Birmingham had started producing circumstantial evidence
Consisting in, or pertaining to, circumstances or particular incidents
circumstantial evidence
evidence which shows a relation to other evidence and not directly to the crime itself
circumstantial evidence
Evidence not bearing directly on the fact in dispute but on various attendant circumstances from which the judge or jury might infer the occurrence of the fact in dispute. In law, evidence that is drawn not from direct observation of a fact at issue but from events or circumstances that surround it. If a witness arrives at a crime scene seconds after hearing a gunshot to find someone standing over a corpse and holding a smoking pistol, the evidence is circumstantial, since the person may merely be a bystander who picked up the weapon after the killer dropped it. The popular notion that one cannot be convicted on circumstantial evidence is false. Most criminal convictions are based, at least in part, on circumstantial evidence that sufficiently links criminal and crime
circumstantial evidence
evidence providing only a basis for inference about the fact in dispute
circumstantially
{a} minutely, exactly, really
circumstantially
regarding circumstance
circumstantially
so far as the circumstances are concerned; "the account was circumstantially accurate"
circumstantially
according to circumstances; "he was convicted circumstantially
circumstantially
In every circumstance or particular; minutely
circumstantially
in a circumstantial manner
circumstantially
in a circumstantial manner, incidentally
circumstantially
so far as the circumstances are concerned; "the account was circumstantially accurate" according to circumstances; "he was convicted circumstantially
circumstantially
In respect to circumstances; not essentially; accidentally
circumstantial
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