What does corroborate mean?: – to confirm or to provide support to a theory
Noun: – corroborator
Adjective: – corroboratory
Sentence Examples: –
- I would be in a better place if my friend could corroborate the lies I have told my parents.
- It was the huge amount of breadcrumbs that led to corroborate the fact that Jon was the person stealing all the bread from the fridge, since no one else was around.
- Even though I found out that my friend was lying to his wife, there was nothing I could do to corroborate the story.
- When it comes to scientific findings, scientists would need a partner for them to corroborate the theory, and more than willing to stick out his or her neck for that particular theory.
- After going through all the events recorded in the tape, the police officials were able to corroborate the claim that the person was nowhere near the murder scene.
- If there were a variety of people looking into the murder, there was not a single person that could corroborate the story of the victim.