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Verb(1) establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts(2) give evidence for(3) support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm
(1) But yesterday agents who looked further into the raw intelligence said they had found no evidence to corroborate the threat.(2) The only statistical data I have to corroborate my statement is observation.(3) Searching around the internet, I wasn't able to find anything to corroborate this statement.(4) What he could do is extend an apology, as he has no evidence whatsoever to corroborate his deplorable allegation.(5) Replication in larger sample sizes are needed to corroborate this negative finding.(6) As I have explained she has produced no documentary or other evidence to corroborate those bald assertions.(7) Further study using a greater number of mares is justified to corroborate the findings of this experiment.(8) In the 1980s, functional neuroimaging data appeared to corroborate this finding.(9) Our results corroborate such findings, particularly with respect to intervention assignment.(10) Council officials however said there is no evidence to corroborate these accusations.(11) There are heat shield plates around the array that have been badly burned to corroborate our theory.(12) In the total disregard of these basic rights as citizens, one is forced to take sides on the basis of informed speculation only rather than corroborative documents and evidentiary material.(13) As well as corroborating the findings in the previous two sections, this also provides more evidence to suggest that different precursor proteins are imported into chloroplasts via the same import machinery.(14) This had enabled the prosecution to successfully question his recollection of events, despite other witnesses corroborating his testimony of a break-in.(15) Any competent investigator would have to stop right here and point out that the corroborator 's testimony has been corrupted by the method of inquiry.(16) All too rarely is corroborative material offered in support.
(1) corroborate :: ategu'r
1. confirm ::
2. underpin ::
3. support ::
4. validate ::
1. disprove ::
2. rebut ::
3. refute ::
Different Formscorroborate, corroborated, corroborates, corroborating
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