corroborate

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Synonyms for corroborate

Synonyms for corroborate

Synonyms for corroborate

establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts

give evidence for

support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm

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I checked and corroborated all the facts which were mentioned at the inquest.
None greater," Bawn corroborated, and went on himself.
She certainly did, Miss Cuthbert," corroborated Flora Jane earnestly.
Nicholas nodded his head from time to time, as it corroborated the particulars he had already gleaned; but he fixed his eyes upon the fire, and did not look round once.
Unanue states that hydrophobia was first known in South America in 1803: this statement is corroborated by Azara and Ulloa having never heard of it in their time.
She further corroborated all that had passed just as her father had stated.
That's when I come to myself, when the bones broke," Billy corroborated.
said the smooth secretary, whom Mr Dennis corroborated with sundry nods and muttered oaths--'Once roused, he is a fellow of such fierce determination
She came next day with a little boy of three years old, and a little girl of two, and he stood entirely corroborated.
Tracy Tupman, and Augustus Snodgrass, were severally called into the box; both corroborated the testimony of their unhappy friend; and each was driven to the verge of desperation by excessive badgering.
These tales and rumours took substance and shape, and were corroborated and re-corroborated, until they resolved themselves into a definite name.
Mrs Simmons corroborated this testimony and added strong evidence of her own.
Antony, who corroborated that the Army chief had come to his office and informed him that Tejinder Singh had allegedly offered a bribe.
Raymond McMenamin, of the Law Society of Scotland, said yesterday: "Removing the requirement for corroborated evidence could result in a contest between statements and bring increased risk of miscarriages of justice.
A DNA test from the two, who are supposed to be Princess Diana's third cousins, corroborated the claims of the lineage.