corroborate

[ verb kuh-rob-uh-reyt; adjective kuh-rob-er-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF corroborate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORROBORATE

The known facts, too, all corroborate this inference: let us consider them a little.

I should judge, from that, he has an inkling of its value, and wants merely to corroborate it.

And he broke out into one of his most discordant cackles to corroborate his boast.

Every one hastened to corroborate this verdict with some piece of evidence.

And there were others, of course, to corroborate your story?

We could adduce many instances to corroborate this assertion.

Mr. Hardcastle alone; there was not a soul to corroborate or contradict him.

She had absolutely nothing with which to corroborate her statement.

But have they looked for strange footprints or any clues to corroborate her story?

"The two men who are with me can corroborate," replied Ainley.

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