bear testimony to (something)

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bear testimony to (something)

To support or prove a claim or idea, often by one's (or something's) physical presence. If you didn't do anything wrong, then the investigation will bear testimony to that. The many students on campus these days bear testimony to the school's successful rebranding efforts. The beautiful homes and vibrant gardens bear testimony to the rebirth of this neighborhood.
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Also these Barnacles were dealt, by the heads of the family, like so many cards below the court-cards, to public meetings and dinners; where they bore testimony to all sorts of services on the part of their noble and honourable relatives, and buttered the Barnacles on all sorts of toasts.
They sat down to the meal; and broiled ham, eggs, tea, coffee and sundries, began to disappear with a rapidity which at once bore testimony to the excellence of the fare, and the appetites of its consumers.
They are all on the same page for a bigger national cause, Ahsan Iqbal said and added that declarations of two All Parties Conferences (APCs) on the CPEC bore testimony to that fact.
It also bore testimony to the statement made by one of the officials of the Karnataka State Cricket Association, who had said that people in Bangalore were not only passionate about their own team, but also made opposition teams feel at home.
Standing ovations from the audience on the opening night of this production bore testimony to the power of this performance, a highly recommended and entirely therapeutic experience.
anthem before Saturday's title match bore testimony to our national spirit.
Both events bore testimony to the benevolent nature of the rulers.