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Spell check of corroborate

Correct spelling: corroborate

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contest, contradict, gainsay, cancel, refute, disprove, console, upset, shake, annul, rebut, deny, weaken, disavow, question, destroy, disclaim, undermine, condole with, overthrow, unsettle, dispute, shatter, abrogate, undercut, negate, challenge.

Examples of usage:

1) Being astonished by the account of a hearse and mourning coaches traversing the whole distance from Dover to Clevedon, and employing sixteen horses for the journey, I ventured to ask the late Sir A. H. Elton, if he could corroborate the report, and he replied: I think there may have been some truth in the statement of the old sexton. - "A Key to Lord Tennyson's 'In Memoriam'", Alfred Gatty.

2) " You can corroborate what I say," said Mr. Marsh. - "Command", William McFee.

3) Gideon Rolfe inclined his head as if to corroborate this, then he said: " Will you come inside, madam, and partake of some refreshment?" - "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir", Charles Garvice.