<Confirm, corroborate, substantiate, verify.
They substantiate the charge that Germany by acting throughout in this high-handed way has deeply violated the natural laws of the Comity of Nations, which are the safeguards of Civilization, and they confirm the rightful claim of Europe to sit in judgment on her.
But in order to substantiate this result England must also abdicate her claim.
There are many statements of history which it is immaterial to substantiate or disprove.
The Bishop of London himself was so impressed by these unexpected accounts, that he asked me if Falconbridge, whose pamphlet had been previously sent by the committee to every member of the council, was worthy of belief, and if he would substantiate publicly what he had thus written: but these impressions unfortunately were not confined to those who had been present at the examinations.
To substantiate certain points, which belonged to this branch of the subject, I left several depositions and articles of agreement for the examination of the council.
Such is the significant indictment, and we are compelled to admit that our political life is filled with illustrations that would seem to substantiate it.
An officer of the 12th Infantry came up while Butler was in the house and ordered him to give up the flag, which he was compelled to do, but not until he had torn a piece off the flag to substantiate his report to his Colonel of the injustice which had been done to him.
"Is there any other boy who witnessed the affair, and can substantiate what has been said?
" There is not one clause in that divine code which his conduct towards his fellow-mortals did not confirm, and substantiate him to be a follower of Christ.
The spirit, conscious of an emotion of reverence for some unseen subject of its own apprehension, desires to substantiate and fix its deity, and to bring the senses into the same adoring attitude; and this can be done only by setting before them a material representation of the divine.
[He had to think for a moment before he could substantiate this pretence of having something more to say.]
His boldness and faithfulness have combined against him the leading influences of his denomination, but notwithstanding he has been several times tried by ecclesiastical councils, they have always failed to substantiate the charges against him, and his vindication has been complete.
"And is it not a pity that the Quakers have no better authority to substantiate their principles than the testimony of them old Pharisees?"Hibbard's Errors of the Quakers, p. 107.
"And is it not a pity that the Quakers have no better authority to substantiate their principles, than the testimony of those old Pharisees?"Hibbard cor.
As books and broad-cloth are now bought by the pattern, we cannot do better than substantiate what we have said by a few quotations from the Road Book of Scotland: Falkirk.
The maintenance of separate staffs of similar status but with different rates of remuneration, enables the department to play off one against the other, for the existence of a lower paid class makes it increasingly difficult for the Men Clerks to substantiate a claim for better pay themselves.
The mess-basket was stowed with good things of every descriptionham and tonguebiscuit and plum-cakenot to mention the substantiate of crackers, bread, and boiled pork, the latter of which, however, a lady was supposed to be too fastidious to think of touching, even if starving in the woods.
Alice Weston was describing their journey to her mother and calling upon Waring to substantiate her vivid assertions of the wonderful adventure.
To substantiate this claim and to show how far the vitality of the English pastoral was due to its hybrid origin will be my chief aim in this chapter.
It would be no very wise action on your part to set rumours going, Moneylaws, unless you could substantiate them.
This boast of mine the following passage in the life of a distinguished clientknown, I am quite sure, by reputation to most of the readers of these papers, whom our character for practical sagacity and professional shrewdness brought uswill, I think, be admitted in some degree to substantiate.
The Bishop of London himself was so impressed by these unexpected accounts, that he asked me if Falconbridge, whose pamphlet had been previously sent by the commitee to every member of the council, was worthy of belief, and if he would substantiate publicly what he had thus written.
Substantiate for Prove.
During his life he was chiefly known for his voyage to Lapland, and his observations there, by which he was able to substantiate the Newtonian doctrine of the flatness of the earth at the poles.