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Nov 4, 2008 ... To say "I rest my case" means therefore that, as far as you are concerned, you've done more than enough to prove your point, and need say no ...

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I rest my case definition, meaning, what is I rest my case: said when you believe that something that has just happened or been said proves that you…

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Definition of I rest my case in the Idioms Dictionary. I rest my case phrase. What does I rest my case expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.

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(law) My argument is proven; I conclude my statement. All the evidence points toward the defendant's guilt. I rest my case. (idiomatic) The previous encapsulates ...

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Define rest your case (phrase) and get synonyms. What is rest your case (phrase) ? rest your case (phrase) meaning, pronunciation and more by ... I rest my case.

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I rest my case meaning, definition, what is I rest my case: used by a lawyer when they have finished...: Learn more.

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Feb 3, 2003 ... I think I have used the phrase "I rest my case" quite erronously. I tried to look it up in the phrase thesaurus, but could not find it. Does anyone ...

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The phrase “I rest my case” is also used colloquially to mean “I've made all ... Then, the case begins with the plaintiff or her attorney giving an opening statement.