corroborated

[ verb kuh-rob-uh-reyt; adjective kuh-rob-er-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF corroborated
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The schoolmaster glanced at me inquiringly and I corroborated the lad's accusation.

When it is corroborated, I expect we shall have no trouble in forming the company.'

Martin corroborated the assertion of the Strawberry, that there was fire in the woods.

Winder repeated it to the court, and word for word Jackson corroborated it.

This statement is corroborated by many passages in the Acts, such as xviii.

They corroborated all that I had obtained from the northern Cheyennes.

The wife's appearance more than corroborated Palmer's statement.

His statement is corroborated by his son, who saw one of the boys killed.

Therefore I have depended principally upon tradition, coming from his own brethren in arms, and corroborated by history.

Barton, with his arm in a sling, corroborated the lie with blunt cheerfulness.

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