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corroborant

[ kuh-rob-er-uhnt ]
/ kəˈrɒb ər ənt /
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adjective
corroborating; confirming.
Archaic. strengthening; invigorating, as a medicine.
noun
something that corroborates or strengthens.
Archaic. a strengthening medicine.
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Origin of corroborant

1620–30; <Latin corrōborant- (stem of corrōborāns) strengthening, present participle of corrōborāre.See corroborate, -ant

OTHER WORDS FROM corroborant

un·cor·rob·o·rant, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for corroborant

corroborant
/ (kəˈrɒbərənt) /

adjective archaic
serving to corroborate
strengthening
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