verb (used with object), cor·rob·o·rat·ed, cor·rob·o·rat·ing.
Origin of corroborate
Examples from the Web for corroborative
In the absence of corroborative evidence one way or the other, Gin's determination will be accepted for the ensuing calculation.
There is corroborative evidence to show that there was a general improvement in the mental functioning of these pupils.Adenoids and Diseased Tonsils|Margaret Cobb Rogers
Corroborative evidence may be looked for elsewhere, but the main, the primary evidence is within the soul.The Relations Between Religion and Science|Frederick, Lord Bishop of Exeter
A corroborative reversal experiment may next be made on the same piece of wire.Response in the Living and Non-Living|Jagadis Chunder Bose
I can state another circumstance that occurred in London corroborative of the same results.The Law of Civilization and Decay|Brooks Adams