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The Count of Monte Cristo
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corroborate
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • To doubt any longer was impossible; there was the evidence of the senses, and ten thousand persons who came to corroborate the testimony.
  • Ample corroboration of this statement may be obtained by arresting the above-mentioned Edmond Dantes, who either carries the letter for Paris about with him, or has it at his father’s abode.
  • This corroboration of the lesson he had just received put the finishing stroke to the wonder and stupefaction of M. Baptistin.
  • And, indeed, the little note and pin upon the table confirmed, or rather corroborated, the sad truth.
  • We say corroborated, because the brigadier was too experienced to be convinced by a single proof.
  • It was quite evident, by her manner, that her uneasiness was not feigned; and Franz himself could not resist a feeling of superstitious dread—so much the stronger in him, as it arose from a variety of corroborative recollections, while the terror of the countess sprang from an instinctive belief, originally created in her mind by the wild tales she had listened to till she believed them truths.
  • Ample corroboration of this statement may be obtained by arresting the above-mentioned Edmond Dantes, who either carries the letter for Paris about with him, or has it at his father’s abode.

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  • The detectives looked for evidence to corroborate her story.
  • A blood test corroborated the doctor’s suspicion of diabetes.

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