Examples of substantiate in a Sentence
substantiated his claim to local mountaineering fame with a photo of himself on the summit of Mount McKinley
Mr. MacGregor couldn't substantiate that it was Peter, and not some other rabbit, in the cabbage patch.
Recent Examples of substantiate from the Web
A spokesperson for the housecleaning app Handy said that in 2016, more than 500 users submitted substantiated claims of theft to the company.
But the various reports later proved false or could not be substantiated.
Knight's attorney in Indiana, Jimmy Voyles, said investigators from both the FBI and the United States Army were involved and that neither could substantiate the allegations.
Since 2014, there have been 24 official hazing investigations on Parris Island, half of them substantiated.
A cover story Wired published last week lays out much of the evidence substantiating the claims of Russian involvement.
Arrington said detectives were never able to substantiate that claim.
At first, state regulators didn't substantiate the February incident.
The value is really the outcome of the product, in this case, divided by the cost and being able to substantiate that.
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SUBSTANTIATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of substantiate for English Language Learners
: to prove the truth of (something)
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