corroborate

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  • 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

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Yet this other person cannot be taken on trust, either, so someone else must be found to corroborate the corroborator.
While the court needs time to assess each case and move cautiously, the court must remember that with the passage of time, the child grows to be a staunch corroborator.
This leaves a lot of room for the corroborator to have an impact.
In a last-minute, late-night maneuver, Wright and her attorney say Biden offered the concept of a letter releasing her from the subpoena but putting her testimony and that of a corroborator in the official record.
1% over the next seven years, attributed to industry trends such as: the changing mindset of enterprises that look at video as a corroborator in their business processes; support of the service provider community in deploying managed video conferencing services; enhanced reach through system integrators; and greater enterprise drive for open standards amongst others.