Definition of 'corroborative'
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`Then at best it'll be no more than corroborative evidence and a good defence lawyer could probably turn it inside out. A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE`It's a corroborative detail, but it's a long way from being proof. STAGE FRIGHT
When she had quite finished and he had dug out enough corroborative detail to get the picture, he went into a long silence and cogitated.
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Used Occasionally. corroborative is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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