vouch

Part of speech: verb

To support; confirm; warrant.

Part of speech: verb

To become surety for another.

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Usage examples "vouch":

  1. At any rate, there'll be no harm done by it, I can vouch for that. - "The Dragon's Secret", Augusta Huiell Seaman.
  2. I have heard that Mary pleaded with her father, but I will not vouch for the truth of that. - "The Birthright", Joseph Hocking.
  3. I will not vouch for the truth of the above, although I heard it, and I think it was not unlikely to have taken place. - "Twenty-Five Years in the Rifle Brigade", William Surtees.