Definition of 'corroborative'
Example sentences containing 'corroborative'
`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 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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