verb (used with object), cor·rob·o·rat·ed, cor·rob·o·rat·ing.
Origin of corroborate
SYNONYMS FOR corroborate
Can be confusedcollaborate corroborate
Examples from the Web for corroborated
The report has not been corroborated by any official American, Israeli or Jordanian source.Israeli Forces Expand Illegal Outpost Settlement in Nablus|Orly Halpern|August 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It corroborated a lot of things I had learned about the basic structure of the mission and how it unfolded.‘The Finish’: Mark Bowden on the Hunt for Osama bin Laden|Doug Stanton|October 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Over the past few years, pollsters repeatedly have corroborated the phenomenon.
But like Knox, Sabrina changed her story several times and her alibi has yet to be corroborated.
This version of events is corroborated by Eliza's friend Milena Baroni, a 25-year-old law student from Rio.
The three other men who had been at Mr. Cummack's house that night were called, and corroborated his story.Mrs. Balfame|Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
But this conclusion is corroborated by the very matter of the moral law itself.The Ordinance of Covenanting|John Cunningham
He repeated the account of the host, corroborated by the servants, of nine different counts having driven away from the hotel.Old Fritz and the New Era|Louise Muhlbach
There were present several of the labor leaders who, one after another, arose and corroborated Mr. Straus.Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie|Andrew Carnegie
This fish was full of food, and corroborated the Pastor's statement.A Danish Parsonage|John Fulford Vicary