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Word: vouch

Definition: give a personal guarantee; Ex. I can vouch for his integrity; N. voucher


Sentences Containing 'vouch'

Admission requirements were put into place, and included letters of recommendation that could vouch for an applicant's moral character.
Captain Marvel Jr. was at first skeptical because of Amon's connection to Black Adam, but is emotionally moved by Osiris' eagerness and promises to vouch for him.
I had no power to utter a cry, nor, I think, did he give me time to utter one, as he immediately approached me, and taking me in his arms (for, overwhelmed as I was, I was powerless, I say, to help myself), he began to make such professions to me that I know not how falsehood could have had the power of dressing them up to seem so like truth; and the traitor contrived that his tears should vouch for his words, and his sighs for his sincerity.
The Button-molder shows up and demands a list of sins, but Peer has none to give, unless Solveig can vouch for him.
The main thing about Robin's youth in this case, is that his plans do not always work and he is questioned from time to time because of his youth, the fact that he is a known criminal and has no legal guardian to vouch for him.

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