Substantiation in a sentence as a noun

So, you write a vague and make large claims without substantiation.

The commenter asks for substantiation of a claim that refers back to the original article that was submitted.

> Shouldn't this "advice" demand substantiation or evidence?I think so, and evidently so do others.

I agree that a non-zero chance seems obvious, but this claim definitely does not, and needs a lot more substantiation than there actually is.

I've been an Apple watcher for 20 years, and I have noticed that much of what people believe about Apple is based on oft repeated myth without substantiation in fact.

That hardly needs substantiation if you pay even modest attention to the experience of outspoken women on the Internet.

Many solar markets around the world have reached grid parityI'm not one who watches alternative energy technolgies closely, but this statement screams out for further substantiation.

How can you be taken seriously when you post such illogical dribble ?To imply that US judges have been 'bought off' by Apple or by the US government is a huge claim to make that deserves substantiation.

Substantiation definitions


additional proof that something that was believed (some fact or hypothesis or theory) is correct; "fossils provided further confirmation of the evolutionary theory"

See also: confirmation verification check


the act of validating; finding or testing the truth of something

See also: validation proof