- v give personal assurance; guarantee
Will he vouch for me?
- v give surety or assume responsibility
I vouch for the quality of my products
- v summon (a vouchee) into court to warrant or defend a title
- v give supporting evidence
He vouched his words by his deeds
- I can vouch for Alan's never having had the almost puritanical discipline that Rodgers found so satisfactory in Hammerstein.
- I'm a big fan of high-definition TVs, even the more affordable 720p sets, and I can vouch for the fact that whether they're on Blu-ray or HD DVD, movies look much better than they .
- But while we can't vouch 100% for the documents' authenticity, we feel sufficiently comfortable to put our names on this project.
- Barbara Walters in Forbes
Lutfi has been staying with Spears constantly, "and he got in touch with us," Walters said. "I can't vouch for this, he seemed to be very knowledgeable and he certainly was very nice."
- Liam Byrne in Hindu
With the exception of an elite group of highly skilled migrants, all other foreign workers or students will need a UK sponsor to vouch for them and help us make sure they are playing by the rules,Immigration Minister Liam Byrne said.
- Mitt Romney in FOXNews
You get a lot of contributions from a lot of folks and you certainly can't vouch for every single contributor,Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said in an interview with The Associated Press on Thursday.