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noun as in confirmation

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It can spread, but people are going to perceive it as a rumor because there’s no source, there’s no further corroboration.

For the attorneys, that provided an important piece of corroboration, although they wrote that no other witnesses they interviewed recalled hearing any remarks of that nature by Priefer.

Ruth, in his defense, said that he had been having dinner with friends at the time, and produced two witnesses in corroboration.

I dialed two other authorities, trusted sources in both Mexico and the United States, trying to find corroboration.

The corroboration that apparently led him to put faith in Ben-Menashe's testimony was retroactive.

Corroboration is not needed in a speech intended narrowly for the pre-convinced.

It is in fact this process of corroboration that has furnished all ranks of swearers with their necessary side-arms and equipment.

Mrs. Simpson glanced at it as if it offered a kind of corroboration of the necessity of their being nice.

"That's very true," said Mrs. Gladwish, with an air of responsible corroboration.

As I said before, it may seem to lack essential corroboration.

Only the following passage will be referred to here in corroboration of this.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to corroboration, such as: affirmation, validation, verification, attestation, authentication, and evidence.

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