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Definition of Corroborate

  • To make more certain; to confirm; to establish.
  • establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts
  • give evidence for
  • support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm

How to use corroborate in a sentence. Corroborate pronunciation.

Experience abundantly corroborates the teaching.
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David MacPherson corroborates this and maintains that on occasion it will even kill Moose.
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Dr. Knapp thinks that he wrote this book, and that he did many other things which he said he did, because wherever there is any evidence it corroborates Borrow's statements except in small matters of names and dates.
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It is very inaccurate, but it serves to corroborate parts of "Lavengro," and its inaccuracy, though now transparent, is characteristically exaggerated or picturesque.
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The irresistible authority of justice in countries in which the sovereignty in undivided is derived from the fact that the tribunals of those countries represent the entire nation at issue with the individual against whom their decree is directed, and the idea of power is thus introduced to corroborate the idea of right.
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The periodical press appears to me to be actuated by passions and propensities independent of the circumstances in which it is placed, and the present position of America corroborates this opinion.
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The author of a constitutional history should rise above epithets: or, if he uses them, should corroborate them by facts.
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The facts which he brings seem certainly overwhelming; of course, they can only be met by counter- facts; and our knowledge does not enable us either to corroborate or refute his statements.
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It is enough that when the brief of Judge Plunkett's case is ready there are clouds of willing witnesses to substantiate and corroborate doubtful points to an extent that is more creditable to their generosity than their veracity. M'liss has seen her mother.
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This result throws so much light on one of the darkest corners of biology that I must attempt to corroborate it by means of even more conclusive experiments.
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Mrs Pangborn also corroborates many of the statements in her narrative.
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The condition of the Creeks and Cherokees, to which I have already alluded, sufficiently corroborates the truth of this deplorable picture.
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It is enough that when the brief of Judge Plunkett's case is ready there are clouds of willing witnesses to substantiate and corroborate doubtful points to an extent that is more creditable to their generosity than their veracity.
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The only hope for General Darrington's granddaughter is in putting that man on the witness stand, to corroborate her statement of a conversation which she heard.
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Some time afterwards you mentioned your suspicions of Gerald; I did not corroborate, but I did not seek to destroy them.
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You are enabled, through me, to corroborate some facts and identify the ship.
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If God calls a man, He will so corroborate the call in some way, that men may know that there is a prophet among them.
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But they are mere episodes in the history; and we must pass them quickly by, only saying that they corroborate in all things our original notion of the man-just, humane, wise, greatly daring and enduring greatly; and filled with the one fixed idea, which has grown with his growth and strengthened with his strength, the destruction of the Spanish power, and colonisation of America by English.
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This the Committee refer to your known discretion, as they cannot place a full dependence upon an anonymous letter, although there are some circumstances that may seem to corroborate it.
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Bonita will corroborate your testimony in court, and that will save me from this-this man's spite.
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Examples of Corroborate

Example #1
Every truly converted man knows from this experience that God answers prayer.
Example #2
He has verified the promise.
Example #3
In southern settlements, where the Lynx is little known, it is painted as a fearsome beast of limitless ferocity, strength, and activity.
Example #4
The Indian said the Lynx always kills with its paw, and commonly kills Deer.
Example #5
In the earlier version of "Lavengro," represented by a manuscript and a proof, "Ardry" is "Arden," "Jasper" is "Ambrose," and the question "What is his name?" is answered by "Thurtell," instead of a blank.
Example #6
There is no evidence except that the account sounds true, and might very well be true.