corroborative corroborative  /kə ˈrɑ bə rə ˌtɪv/


  • (adj) serving to support or corroborate


  1. But, according to what he has done in the past and according to the corroborative work of other students, this, simply, is what he said.
  2. Some corroborative evidence should help them.
  3. However, an extensive investigation failed to produce corroborative leads.


  1. Pearse wrote "since there is no corroborative evidence of the ward's intentions and since the only witness claiming to have such evidence is the one person who will realize a direct and substantive financial benefit from the ward's death, the...
    on Jun 20, 2007 By: Richard Pearse Source: North Country Gazette

  2. "Today it has become clear that all these corroborative evidences (presented by BJP on Sunday) have not been commented upon (at a press conference by union ministers Lalu Prasad, Ramvilas Paswan and SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav). They have not been...
    on Aug 4, 2008 By: Arun Jaitley Source: Hindu

  3. "We don't disagree with that," Hamilton said, explaining that the Sept. 11 Commission has said only that it does not have "evidence of a cooperative or a corroborative relationship between Saddam Hussein's government and these al-Qaida...
    on Jun 23, 2004 By: Lee Hamilton Source: GOPUSA

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