(-vant), a. [F. relevant, p. pr. of relever to raise again, to relieve. See Relieve.] 1. Relieving; lending aid or support. [R.] Pownall.
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2. Bearing upon, or properly applying to, the case in hand; pertinent; applicable.
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Close and relevant arguments have very little hold on the passions.
Sydney Smith.
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3. (Scots Law) Sufficient to support the cause.
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