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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.
sub·stan·ti·ate To prove the truth of or support with proof or evidence: substantiate an accusation. See Synonyms at confirm. 2. To give substance to; make real or actual. [New Latin substantire, substantit-, from Latin substantia, substance; see substance.]
sub·stan·ti·ate To prove the truth of or support with proof or evidence: substantiate an accusation. See Synonyms at confirm. 2. To give substance to; make real or actual. [New Latin substantire, substantit-, from Latin substantia, substance; see substance.]
verb (used with object), sub·stan·ti·at·ed, sub·stan·ti·at·ing. to establish by proof or competent evidence: to substantiate a charge. to give substantial existence to: to substantiate an idea through action.
This means every claim, argument or opinion you write needs to be substantiated (supported or justified) with credible evidence from research or other authoritative sources. You need to also explain how the evidence you present supports your viewpoint or argument.
Substantiate your claims. Successful academic writing requires claims and arguments to be substantiated with evidence. This means every claim, argument or opinion you write needs to be substantiated (supported or justified) with credible evidence from research or other authoritative sources.
Although an opinion cannot be proven to be true, it can be substantiated. This means it can be backed up with enough evidence to make the claim seem very likely to be true. In informational text writers often include support from their opinions in: Facts.
to show something to be true, or to support a claim with facts: We have evidence to substantiate the allegations against him.
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