- v. present participle of vouch.
“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.”
“They quickly find and coral the Trickster, and the Flash tries to make it up to Aquaman by "vouching" for him to the people of Crescent Shore, the coastal town Aquaman is nearest.”
“Kersten seems to take significant issue with "vouching", that is, when a registered voter "vouches" for a same-day registrant under penalty of law, stating that the new voter is a resident of the precinct.”
“NC hasn't rec'd so much DEM attention in decades, Obama's surprise visit to DEM party last week was super smart, local pols are coming out even stronger for him and "vouching" for him which is a big help with undecideds.”
“Meanwhile, senior Deutsche Bank officials, Patrick McEnerney and Joseph Swartz , signed annual certifications in 2007 and 2009 vouching that MortgageIT's operations met HUD's standards for direct endorsement lenders.”
“Such evidence will be much more damaging than the TV images of the long marches to the camps of emaciated civilians, vouching to the savage use of starvation as a weapon of war on unarmed civilians.”
“Lanco is clearly not the only one vouching for the viability of Chinese equipment.”
“Would you want a inexperienced, head in the sand, self serving quitter vouching for you?”
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