corroboration

[ kuh-rob-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF corroboration

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORROBORATION

The young man touched it hastily; in corroboration of the fact.

"You are right, sir," the operator said in corroboration of McGuire's remark.

And he clung to McGuire for corroboration of his impossible story.

It is merely a corroboration of what we have already heard from Mullins and Sir Terence.

His appearance but unhappily gave some corroboration to the rumor.

Was not here a corroboration of the theory of the Rue la Reynie Ogniard?

So that our researches issued in no corroboration of Soba being Modin.

But I have not been able to obtain any corroboration of this supposition.

But it seemed that the corroboration of our friend only increased our host's precaution.

All that has reached our days, in corroboration of this tale, is the small pool.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CORROBORATION

smoking gun

noundamning evidence
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