Corroborate /kəˈrɒbəreɪt/ verb

Meaning: Confirm or give support to (a statement, theory, or finding). Example: The witness had corroborated the boy's account of the attack Synonyms: confirm, verify, endorse, ratify, authenticate, validate, certify  

Inconclusive /ɪnkənˈkluːsɪv/ adjective

Meaning: Not leading to a firm conclusion or result; not ending doubt or dispute. Example: Three years of inconclusive negotiations. Synonyms: indecisive, proving nothing, resolving nothing, leaving matters open

Disposition /dɪspəˈzɪʃ(ə)n/ noun

Meaning: A person's inherent qualities of mind and character. Example: your sunny disposition has a way of rubbing off on those around you Synonyms: temperament, nature, character, constitution, make-up, grain, humour, temper, mentality  

Exogenous /ɪkˈsɒdʒɪnəs,ɛkˈsɒdʒɪnəs/ adjective

Meaning: Having an external cause or origin. Example: Technological changes exogenous to the oil industry

Subpoena /səˈpiːnə/ noun

Meaning: A writ ordering a person to attend a court. Example: A subpoena may be issued to compel their attendance.

Archive /ɑːkʌɪv/ noun

Meaning: A collection of historical documents or records providing information about a place, institution, or group of people. Example: Source materials in local archives Synonyms: records, annals, chronicles, registers, accounts

Substantive /ˈsʌbst(ə)ntɪv/ adjective

Meaning: Having a firm basis in reality and so important, meaningful, or considerable. Example: There is no substantive evidence for the efficacy of these drugs

Cumbersome /ˈkʌmbəs(ə)m/ adjective

Meaning: Large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry or use; unwieldy. Example: cumbersome diving suits Synonyms: unwieldy, unmanageable, awkward, clumsy, ungainly, inconvenient, incommodious

Mirage /mɪˈrɑːʒ/ noun

Meaning: An optical illusion caused by atmospheric conditions, especially the appearance of a sheet of water in a desert or on a hot road caused by the refraction of light from the sky by heated air. Example: The surface of the road ahead rippled in the heat mirages. Synonyms: optical illusion, hallucination, phantasmagosia, apparition, fantasy, [...]

Postpone /pəˈspəʊn/ verb

Meaning: Cause or arrange for (something) to take place at a time later than that first scheduled. Example: The visit had to be postponed for some time. Synonyms: put off, delay, defer, put back, hold over/off, carry over, reschedule, adjourn, stay, shelve, stand over, pigeonhole, keep in abeyance, suspend, mothball  Antonyms: advance, bring forward

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