A slight degree of credence, arising from evidence too weak or too remote to cause belief. Weed v. Scolield, 73 Conn. 670, 49 Atl. 22. Supposition or surmise. The idea of a fact, suggested by another fact; as a possible cause, concomitant, or result Burrill, Circ. Ev. 27.

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