corroborate

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  • Again he ran a hand over the features, then a corroborating hand over his own. Cited from Bunker Bean, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • Certain men he had with him corroborated, but three of his party kept silence. Cited from The Eye of Zeitoon, by Talbot Mundy
  • However, there is no corroborating evidence that he was involved in either of those events.
  • One incident that came under my notice certainly went far to corroborate this view. Cited from A Tale of One City: The New Birmingham, by Thomas Anderton
  • The story itself seems to corroborate them in a general way, if read naturally. Cited from The Glories of Ireland, Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox
  • These questions will be asked in a manner in which evidence may be corroborated.
  • So that my friend has completely corroborated my account, so far as the letter was concerned. Cited from The Gerrard Street Mystery, by John Charles Dent
  • However, faith must be corroborated with reason and experience in order to gain knowledge.
  • These charges would themselves be dropped due to a lack of corroborating evidence.
  • And in this letter you certainly have a very strong piece of evidence to corroborate your view. Cited from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, by Doyle
  • He gave this account, and the rest who were present corroborated it. Cited from History of the Incas, by Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa
  • More recently, some corroborating scientific evidence in support of its long history of use has emerged.
  • This was shortly after corroborated by an English gentleman who came on board. Cited from Newton Forster, by Captain Frederick Marryat
  • Here his works corroborate the traditional story of his life. Cited from Songs of Kabir, by Rabindranath Tagore (Tr.)
  • He believed it: how could he help it when so strongly corroborated by what his daughter had previously told him? Cited from Eveline Mandeville, by Alvin Addison
  • She nodded her head several times as though to corroborate with herself certain points in her plan. Cited from The Rules of the Game, by Stewart Edward White
  • If this is the part which actually failed, then it may corroborate independent evidence of the failure.
  • In the theory of self-defense they are corroborated by all the early published accounts. Cited from History of the Donner Party, by C.F. McGlashan
  • It only referred to Jones by her first name and corroborated few if any elements of her story.
  • At this time, his colleagues and team-members corroborated his version of events.
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Words starting with corroborate

Meaning of corroborate

  • verb Support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm
    The stories and claims were born out by the evidence