Corroborate in a Sentence
Definition of Corroborate
to strengthen or support with other evidence; make more certain
Use Corroborate in a sentence
I prayed my friend would corroborate the lie I told my parents!
The chocolate on James’ face was enough to corroborate the theory he was the one who stole the brownies.
Even though she knew her husband was lying, Meredith still agreed to corroborate his story in court.
Dr. Samuelson was glad his partner was willing to corroborate his scientific findings.
If his words are not enough, the evidence will corroborate his claim.
After watching the videotape, the officials were able to corroborate the runner’s claim of interference during the race.
The defense attorney could not find anyone to corroborate his client’s alibi.
My coworkers can corroborate the fact I was at work all day.
Although Norman could corroborate his sister’s story, he refused to do so because he was angry at her.
Do you have the facts to corroborate your theory?
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