from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- intransitive verb To give personal assurances or a guarantee.
- intransitive verb To constitute supporting evidence; give substantiation.
- intransitive verb To substantiate by supplying evidence; prove.
- intransitive verb Law To summon (someone) as a witness to give warranty of title.
- intransitive verb To refer to (an authority, for example) in support or corroboration; cite.
- intransitive verb To assert; declare.
- noun A declaration of opinion; an assertion.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Approving or supporting warrant; confirmation; attestation.
- To call to witness.
- To declare; assert; affirm; attest; avouch.
- To warrant; be surety for; answer for; make good; confirm.
- To support; back; second; follow up.
- In law: To produce vouchers for, in support of a charge in account.
- In old English law, to call or summon into court to warrant and defend, or to make good a warranty of title.
- Synonyms To asseverate, aver, protest.
- To bear witness; give testimony or attestation: more specifically, in old English law, to call in some one to make good his alleged warranty of title; be surety or guaranty.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb To bear witness; to give testimony or full attestation.
- intransitive verb To assert; to aver; to declare.
- noun obsolete Warrant; attestation.
- transitive verb obsolete To call; to summon.
- transitive verb To call upon to witness; to obtest.
- transitive verb To warrant; to maintain by affirmations; to attest; to affirm; to avouch.
- transitive verb To back; to support; to confirm; to establish.
- transitive verb (Law) To call into court to warrant and defend, or to make good a warranty of title.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb To take
responsibilityfor; to express confidencein; to witness; to obtest.
- verb To warrant; to maintain by affirmations; to attest; to affirm; to avouch.
- verb To back; to support; to confirm.
- verb To call into court to warrant and defend, or to make good a warranty of title.
- verb To bear witness; to give testimony or full attestation.
- verb To assert; to aver; to declare.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb give personal assurance; guarantee
- verb give supporting evidence
- verb give surety or assume responsibility
- verb summon (a vouchee) into court to warrant or defend a title
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
I think we can kind of vouch for that looking at this video.
In that case all that is needed is an employee from a shelter, group home, etc. who is willing to "vouch" for the voter.
I just read your message so I'm posting my "vouch".
Just now Blitzer had Frank Newport on and, needless to say, Blitzer stood up for Gallup and even said he would "vouch" for the poll.
In Minnesota, a pre-registered voter can "vouch" for unregistered voters on Election Day to allow them to register.
You're asking others to "vouch" for you to their readership, plus do the actual work of interviewing you which may require becoming more knowledgeable about what you do.
Search Engine Land: News About Search Engines & Search Marketing nickstamoulis 2010
So it's harder to register a canoe in Minnesota than it is to "vouch" for someone's identity to vote?
News Copy, New York 2008
For added peace of mind, the site also operates a system where members "vouch" for other members after meeting them in real life.
Travel news, travel guides and reviews | guardian.co.uk Vicky Baker 2008
Someone CAN same-day register AND VOTE if they have proof of residence OR can provide someone who will "vouch" for their residence.
Or they may even just leave a comment, whcih in itself can be valuable as it will 'vouch' for your site to other readers
Connected Internet 2008