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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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To confirm or give support to a statement or theory.

Usage examples (34)
  • I was able to corroborate that I was at the bookstore because I had the book I bought with me.
  • Collaborate/corroborate: To collaborate is to work closely with others; to corroborate is to confirm the truth of something.
  • \ "For you, to corroborate is to explain, while for sorcerers is to witness indescribable things without subterfuge or mental tricks.
  • As an old neighbor of mine said when he painted the top board of his fence green, he wanted it "to kind of corroborate with his blinds." for more
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