How to use "substantiate" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi

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Example sentences for "substantiate" in popular movie and book plots

  • A begrudged Manthara asks Kaikeyi to substantiate the matter by using two boons given to her by Dashrath for saving his life.  - Scion of Ikshvaku
  • To substantiate his claim, Archie shows Wolfe a marriage license, duly signed and executed: the State is willing for Archie Goodwin and Margot Dickey to wed.  - Christmas Party (short story)
  • With the help of an amateur con man Ben (Tom Long), John hatches a scheme to substantiate false claims by taking part of several questionable claims his firm has settled for a fraction of what they're usually worth.  - Risk (2001 film)
  • Carlos Alberto, Acero and Milton takes the place of burial of Susanna place where two homeless (with whom he had already crossed Carlos Alberto to substantiate that the body was not discovered) have put a dirty hut but find that the body had been dug up and taken to the morgue by the homeless to the police.  - La Mujer del Presidente
  • In the meantime, Tom Brown, Thorne's substitute has stroked the Harvard crew to victory and he is faced by the irate Thorne, who brands him as a scoundrel, producing the check to substantiate his charges.  - Brown of Harvard (1911 film)
  • The professor is able to substantiate Jay's outrageous claims, and when the police release him, he rushes to the hospital to be with Hannah.  - Caught in the Act (The Outer Limits)
  • She reluctantly agrees to go with him and Jack to another location, where he can substantiate his claims.  - This Place Is Death
  • Having returned from his expedition in the Galapagos Islands 15 years earlier, Darwin is still trying to finish a manuscript about his findings, which will substantiate his theory of evolution.  - Creation (2009 film)
  • No evidence exists to substantiate this claim, and no trace of a tunnel was ever found, but perhaps because of the change of dates Grant seems not to have been involved in the endeavour, which was stopped when the tenancy to the undercroft beneath the House of Lords became available.  - John Grant (Gunpowder Plot)
  • In a bizarre twist, the release of the book prompts a telegram from O'Bannion demanding his collaborative efforts be rewarded and declaring that his wife, Agnes, and can substantiate his claims.  - Auntie Mame (film)
  • Poirot suspects the truth but can substantiate it only after contacting Zélie Meauhourat, the governess employed by the Ravenscrofts at the time of their death.  - Elephants Can Remember
  • He also insists that Adam personally contact the letter writers to substantiate their stories.  - Lonelyhearts
  • Kingston uses her own experiences with Chinese tradition and culture to substantiate alternate “versions” of the tale.  - The Woman Warrior
  • Chick is suspected of the crime but is able to use Joan to substantiate his alibi.  - Alibi (1929 film)

Example sentences for "substantiate" in interesting articles

  • The angel invests X, the startup pays 30% of X to the government; a 30% waste of good money, if you ask me.) And if you’d like to argue otherwise: Further, it is also proposed to provide the company an opportunity to substantiate its claim regarding the fair market value.  - India: Funding Startups Could be Classified as Income
  • Unfortunately, I have to substantiate your “it’s equally possible that people everywhere, including major label accounting departments, are just dumb and lazy” as a sad but true fact. I can’t speak for the WEA system, but at the conglomerate I work for, we have 3 different computer systems built in 3 different eras that rarely work harmonious.  - My Hilarious Warner Bros. Royalty Statement
  • If you want your claim to be taken seriously, substantiate it.  - Another user/developer banned from GNOME's bugzilla without any warning
  • Deerfield officials said they couldn’t substantiate the allegations, but last August the school settled for almost $100,000 with Reed’s estate.  - Private schools, painful secrets
  • As indicated by the competing perspectives in Atlantic essays by Donald Braman and Paul Larkin, scholars disagree on whether crime rate data actually substantiate the claims of stop-and-frisk advocates.  - What I learned about stop and frisk from watching my black son
  • We've previously reviewed the plaintiff's allegations about her specific experience and did not find anything to substantiate those claims, and we will carefully review this new complaint. A manager allegedly sexually harassing women employees Among Moussouris's allegations is that the man who was director of the Trustworthy Computing Group in 2008 was sexually harassing other women in the group.  - A former Microsoft employee is suing over sex discrimination
  • The researchers, led by Christina Korownyk of the University of Alberta, charged medical research either didn’t substantiate — or flat out contradicted — more than half of Oz’s recommendations.  - Half of Dr. Oz’s medical advice is baseless or wrong, study says

Meaning of "substantiate" in English

  • solidify, firm, or strengthen
  • establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts
    - The evidence supports the defendant
  • make real or concrete; give reality or substance to
  • represent in bodily form
    - The painting substantiates the feelings of the artist

Meaning of "substantiate" in Hindi

  • प्रमाण से सिद्ध करना ( Praman se siddh karana, praman se siddh karanaa)
  • स्थिर करना ( Sthir karana, sthir karanaa)
  • सत्ता देना ( Satta dena, sattaa denaa)
  • पुष्टि करना
  • सिद्ध करना ( Siddh karana, siddh karanaa)
  • प्रमाणित करना ( Pramanit karana, pramanit karanaa)
  • पुष्टि करना ( Pushti karana, pushti karanaa)
  • अभिपुष्टि करना ( Abhipushti karana, abhipushti karanaa)

Synonyms of "substantiate"

  • sustain
  • confirm
  • affirm
  • embody
  • incarnate
  • corroborate
  • body forth
  • actualize
  • actualise
  • realise
  • support
  • realize

Antonyms of "substantiate"

  • contradict
  • negate

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