The xerophytic structures found in some of the plants might seem to corroborate this view; but similar structures are assumed by many plants when dwelling in brackish marshes and morasses.
The finding of worked iron in the Great Pyramids seems to corroborate this view.
Corroborate this identity, as, e.g., the feast in the king's third year (cf.
The peculiarities of syntax corroborate the impression made by such features of the vocabulary.
You just corroborated what I had read.
A focus group corroborated the survey results by saying they thought the ad was "very easy to understand."
A corroborated theory has no higher epistemological status than any unfalsified theory.
Can you corroborate the evidence in the portfolio?
He was able to corroborate the findings.
Results of this testing fully corroborated earlier modeling.
The details were corroborated by case studies from the history of science.
The details corroborate this conclusion.
The information was corroborated by diplomatic sources.
The story was corroborated by defense witnesses; but, he was found guilty and sentenced to death.
The story was corroborated by evidence.
These claims are not corroborated by any hard evidence.
This corroborates the sworn statement made by Margaret Fox, April 11, 1848.