corroborative

Part of speech: adjective

Tending to confirm; verifying. corroboratory.

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Usage examples "corroborative":

  1. The selection of these valuable antiquities, now placed in the British Museum, was found so curiously corroborative of the scriptural records of events which occurred some three thousand years ago, that they burst upon the world almost like a new revelation. - "Self Help", Samuel Smiles.
  2. Tie made a show of reading it several times over, inside and out, and then from the pigeonhole of his desk he began to accumulate what I supposed corroborative documents, or pieces justificatives. - "Familiar Spanish Travels", W. D. Howells.
  3. This may be cited as a bit of " corroborative detail," though personally I never believed in it. - "Polly Oliver's Problem", Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin.