Definition of "vouching" []

  • 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)
  • Present participle of vouch. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "vouching" in a sentence
  • "Avalon mocked the bankers 'claim that Waitt misled them in a personal telephone call vouching for a Lakeland executive, Robert Machacek, who had pleaded guilty of mail fraud in an unrelated matter."
  • ""Oh, I should love it!" exclaimed the little girl, the sincerity in her voice and expression vouching for the truth of her simple words."
  • "Sutton said he is looking at issues such as matching the number of votes and voters and a process called vouching, where a registered voter can attest to the residency of an unregistered voter."