vouch

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

1vouch

verb \ˈvach\

Definition of VOUCH

transitive verb
1
:  to summon into court to warrant or defend a title
2
archaic
a :  assert, affirm
b :  attest
3
archaic :  to cite or refer to as authority or supporting evidence
4
a :  prove, substantiate
b :  to verify (a business transaction) by examining documentary evidence
intransitive verb
1
:  to give a guarantee :  become surety
2
a :  to supply supporting evidence or testimony
b :  to give personal assurance

Origin of VOUCH

Middle English vochen, vouchen, from Anglo-French voucher to call, vouch, from Latin vocare to call, summon, from vox voice — more at voice
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with VOUCH

2vouch

noun

Definition of VOUCH

obsolete

First Known Use of VOUCH

1603

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