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Definition of "vouched" []

  • To give personal assurance; guarantee (verb)
  • To furnish supporting evidence (for) or function as proof (of) (verb)
  • To summon (a person who had warranted title to land) to defend that title or give up land of equal value (verb)
  • To cite (authors, principles, etc) in support of something (verb)
  • To assert (verb)
  • The act of vouching; assertion or allegation (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of vouch. (verb)

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Use "vouched" in a sentence
  • "In a vision, Moon said the reformed Hitler and Stalin vouched for him, calling him "none other than humanity's Savior, Messiah, Returning Lord and True Parent.""
  • "'Who will believe you, Isabel?' said Angelo; 'my unsoiled name, the austereness of my life, my word vouched against yours, will outweigh your accusation."
  • "” said Angelo; “my unsoiled name, the austereness of my life, my word vouched against yours, will outweigh your accusation."
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