Initial interviews with people in the hotel seem to corroborate her story.
(Read More on the Crisis in Ukraine) Old, numerous and bipartisan are the tales that corroborate this dreary hypothesis.
Daisey appears to have intentionally misled the producers and to have lied about his ability to corroborate his story.
No media outlet has been able to corroborate this new version of his story.
After Fidel Castro is out of power, Cuban records—if they exist—could corroborate that story.
Glance, now, at a few examples of Mark Twain's humor: let us see whether they corroborate this argument.
I should judge, from that, he has an inkling of its value, and wants merely to corroborate it.
We could adduce many instances to corroborate this assertion.
And he broke out into one of his most discordant cackles to corroborate his boast.
If you had not been able to corroborate some of it, Brine, I certainly should not have felt inclined to believe it.
1530s, "to give (legal) confirmation to," from Latin corroboratus, past participle of corroborare "to strengthen, invigorate," from com- "together" or "thoroughly" (see com-) + roborare "to make strong," from robur, robus "strength," (see robust).
Meaning "to strengthen by evidence, to confirm" is from 1706. Sometimes in early use the word also has its literal Latin sense, especially of medicines. Related: Corroborated; corroborating; corroborative.