Sentence example with the word 'corroborate'


affirm, authenticate, back up, bolster, certify, confirm, fortify, probate, ratify, strengthen, support, undergird, validate, warrant

Last update: July 2, 2016


The aim of gathering multiple data sets is to corroborate the findings.   [adjective]


I prayed my friend would corroborate the lie I told my parents!   [verb]


Witnesses corroborated her accident.   [verb]


There are many physical as well as moral facts which corroborate this opinion, and some few that would seem to weigh against it.   [verb]


That the body was that of some superior person disguised as a rustic, was evident, and this was corroborated by the conversation which took place between the two robbers.   [verb]


The sudden disappearance of Elshie from his extraordinary hermitage corroborated the reports which the common people had spread concerning him.   [verb]


To corroborate--wise precaution on the part of a lawyer in his own court--their story, they bring along a volunteer witness in over-alls,--the three making a trio hard to beat.   [verb]


Sikes on his return should be required to be confirmed and corroborated, in all important particulars, by the testimony of flash Toby Crackit.   [verb]


The account given by the wife of the jailer was corroborated by a number of entirely reliable and reputable witnesses.   [verb]


The old man rubbed his hands gleefully together, as he corroborated the Dodger's reasoning in these terms; and chuckled with delight at his pupil's proficiency.   [verb]


Many of the statements contained in the following pages are corroborated by abundant evidenceothers rest entirely upon Solomon's assertion.   [verb]

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