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bear out something/someone

phrasal verb with bear us   /beər/ verb past tense bore /bɔr, boʊr/ , past participle borne /bɔrn, boʊrn/
to support the truth of something, or to support someone's statement or claim: The facts don’t bear out your fears. The evidence so far simply does not bear him out.
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