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Corroborate

To support or enhance the believability of a fact or assertion by the presentation of additional information that confirms the truthfulness of the item.

The testimony of a witness is corroborated if subsequent evidence, such as a coroner's report or the testimony of other witnesses, substantiates it.

corroborate

v. to confirm and sometimes add substantiating (reinforcing) testimony to the testimony of another witness or a party in a trial. (See: corroborating evidence)

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We used a 2 (strong or weak alibi) x 2 (salacious or nonsalacious alibi) x 2 (credible or noncredible corroborator) between-subjects design.
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This leaves a lot of room for the corroborator to have an impact.
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It is their lust for power and follies sponsored by these corroborators that justifies the enforced occupation,' he added.
They foiled designs of our enemy and its local corroborators, putting aside political or other differences for the sake of a better and prosperous future of the country.
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