Corroborate and Disclaim

Corroborate

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Corroborate verb – To give evidence or testimony to the truth or factualness of.
Usage example: the witnesses corroborated the policeman's testimony

Disclaim is an antonym for corroborate in story topic.
Nearby Words: corroborative, corroborating, corroborant, corroboratory
Antonyms for Corroborate

Disclaim

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Disclaim verb – To refuse to acknowledge as one's own or as one's responsibility.
Usage example: the prisoner disclaimed any part in the prank

Corroborate is an antonym for disclaim in deny topic.
Antonyms for Disclaim
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