vouch


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  • verb

Synonyms for vouch

to confirm formally as true, accurate, or genuine

Synonyms for vouch

give personal assurance

give surety or assume responsibility

summon (a vouchee) into court to warrant or defend a title

Related Words

give supporting evidence

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One company in attendance at the conference is San Francisco-based Vouch, which CEO and Founder Yee Lee called the first social network for credit.
Elite millionaire club LUXY said it is increasing its members' security and improving their browsing experience by rolling out a new filtering feature known as Vouch.
Now, LUXY is increasing its members' security and improving their browsing experience by rolling out a new filtering feature known as Vouch.
We can definitely vouch for it reducing the vouch for it reducing the appearance of pores, appearance of pores, too, which is always too, which is always a bonus.
All their players will vouch for the fact (there wasn't a butt) but that's what I'm being accused of and it pains me because it's something Wrexham are Forest keeper I haven't done and had no reason to do.
Sir Bruce Keogh wrote to Dr Chris Jones, medical director of the NHS in Wales, in November, saying he could not vouch for the veracity of the data.
I cannot vouch for other parties, but as far as our Party is concerned we have three members and we will go all out and support the no confidence motion and insist on a united Andhra Pradesh and also for an assembly resolution for dividing the State," he added.
Having grown up with a restless, wandering beagle called Rufus, I can vouch for what inquisitive, naughty little characters they are.
r I have had one for several years now and can vouch for their usefulness.
This life in all its magnificence, Smitten, the beholder's innocence, The purest, sinless of all things, Joyful inner inspiration brings, Nothing exists that's seen or heard I vouch this upon my solemn word, My heart melts as my soul inside, Tears of love, honour to abide, My miracle, my wondrous dawn Holding on to me, mine own newborn.
MIC has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Another change adopted by the provincial government was to limit the number of people a sworn-in voter could vouch for.
Good to know he's still knocking about though as, while we can't really vouch for the quality of his more recent solo output, the thought of the world being without the man who played the humungous riffage on KISS tracks like Detroit Rock City, Deuce and I Stole Your Love is a very depressing one indeed.
But now after this match I can vouch that our team attitude is great," Kirwan observed.
CanIt now has experimental support for Vouch By Reference (RFC 5518).