corroborate

(redirected from corroborating)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

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

References in periodicals archive ?
an entire confession by corroborating the essential facts of the
5 percent, independently corroborating and improving upon the French results.
Beartooth's geological consultant Reid Keays will implement a comprehensive geochemical sampling program to delineate the orientation and extent of known and new PGE bearing horizons, as well as corroborating the projected trends from the geophysical interpretation.
Attorney Richard Drooyan, who headed a private panel investigating the Rampart allegations, said his task force could not find any corroborating evidence of that.
According to the court, although the unlawful strip search in which the arrestee was touched by the officer was an "egregious intrusion" on the arrestee's person, there was no corroborating medical evidence concerning the arrestee's emotional distress.
Corroborating evidence and repeated behaviors or dreams that reflect traumatic events serve as checks on spontaneous recall, Terr contends.
Robert Bearnth, EVP of Geology, said, "The results of the geochemical analysis over the coming weeks will give us additional corroborating evidence.
Everyone was making different statements, and there was no corroborating evidence,'' Mayfield said.
So you have these two people independently corroborating each other,'' said Glynn.
He added, "Our 'blind study' is nearing completion with results to date corroborating our ability to detect CWD consistently and with great accuracy.
Vivendi Universal (Paris Bourse: EX FP; NYSE:V) today checks carried out on the electronically recorded votes at the April 24 Vivendi Universal Shareholders Meeting have revealed corroborating indicators of the systematic malfunction of the voting machines of the main shareholders.
The force said officers have looked into whether there are witnesses who would speak to police and are now investigating if there is corroborating evidence to back up claims against Lord Rennard.
THE age-old requirement for corroborating evidence in criminal trials could be ditched in a planned shake-up of Scots law.