Definition of Corroborations

1. Noun. (plural of corroboration) ¹



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Definition of Corroborations

1. corroboration [n] - See also: corroboration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corroborations

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Literary usage of Corroborations

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1. The Positive Philosophy of Auguste Comte by Auguste Comte, Frederic Harrison (1896)
"corroborations. This gradation is in essential conformity lication follows taken place among the branches of natural the order of philosophy, when pursued ..."

2. Instinct and Reason: An Essay Concerning the Relation of Instinct to Reason by Henry Rutgers Marshall (1898)
"... CHAPTER XI CERTAIN corroborations I.—OF CONVERSION § 1. WE have now passed in review the most marked types of religious expression, and to my mind have ..."

3. Forms of Ecclesiastical Law, Or, the Mode of Conducting Suits in the by Thomas Oughton, James Thomas Law (1831)
"How often exceptions against, and corroborations of, the persons and depositions of witnesses, may be repeated, p. 261, 262. 1. ..."

4. Bel, the Christ of Ancient Times by Hugo Radau (1903)
"corroborations. This confusion throws a striking light upon the literary character of the Babylonian Creation Epic. Taking the above-given peculiarities ..."

5. The Land and the Book, Or, Biblical Illustrations Drawn from the Manners and by William McClure Thomson (1883)
"Nests of Field-sparrows.—Foxes and Birds of the Air.—corroborations of the Gospel Narratives. ... corroborations ..."

6. Bible Chronology: Carefully Unfolded ... to which is Added a Restoration of by Smith Bartlett Goodenow (1896)
"corroborations. § 45. The harmony of dates as herein set forth leaves so little difficulty with any passage, and is at the same time so undesignedly ..."

7. The Dynamical Theory of the Formation of the Earth by Archibald Tucker Ritchie (1850)
"Scriptural corroborations. The Atmosphere. Its aerial portion. Its aqueous or vaporous portion. The action of these two distinct bodies on one another, ..."

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