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verb. ['səbˈstæntʃiːˌeɪt, səbˈstænʃiːˌeɪt'] establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts.
- back up
Rhymes with Substantiate
Sentences with substantiate
1. Verb, base form
In addition to receipts, you can offer other documentation to substantiate an expense listed on your tax return.
2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
It is important that you have some concrete reasons that substantiate why you are interested in this specific college.
3. Noun, singular or mass
A date on a fax lets a sender substantiate that he met a particular deadline submission.
Quotes about substantiate
1. No one, in the world's whole history, ever attempted to substantiate a truth by a miracle. Truth scorns the assistance of miracle. Nothing but falsehood ever attested itself by signs and wonders. No miracle ever was performed, and no sane man ever thought he had performed one, and until one is performed, there can be no evidence of the existence of any power superior to, and independent of nature.
- Robert G. Ingersoll
verb. ['səbˈstæntʃiːˌeɪt, səbˈstænʃiːˌeɪt'] make real or concrete; give reality or substance to.
verb. ['səbˈstæntʃiːˌeɪt, səbˈstænʃiːˌeɪt'] solidify, firm, or strengthen.
- beef up
verb. ['səbˈstæntʃiːˌeɪt, səbˈstænʃiːˌeɪt'] represent in bodily form.
- body forth