uncorroborated

[ US /ˌənkɝˈɑbɝeɪtɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkəɹˈɒbəɹˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. unsupported by other evidence
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How To Use uncorroborated In A Sentence

  • His allegations were uncorroborated and were contradicted by those who could have confirmed them.
  • Well, certainly we were denying our readers this information, but that was in part because this was uncorroborated information.
  • But both sides thought this was a case where the jury should be told that it would be dangerous to convict on the uncorroborated evidence of the accomplices.
  • ‘It's non-specific, uncorroborated information, but nonetheless it is information we received,’ Doguim said.
  • He was convicted on the uncorroborated evidence of the alleged victim.
  • `Because Dean, the man who carried out the burglary, will naturally deny everything and then Arnold's evidence will be uncorroborated. A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE
  • The lawyers claimed they were convicted on uncorroborated evidence of complainants, some of whom may have been motivated by possible compensation payouts.
  • Some States will attend sessions to defend against any circumstantial or uncorroborated evidence on their human rights situation.
  • Besides the magazine's data are supplied the schools and uncorroborated.
  • The defense urged the judge to acquit the suspects, saying the evidence was uncorroborated and possibly fabricated.
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