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vouch (n.) 1formal statement, attestation, express declaration
vouch (n.) 2approval, testimony, witness
vouch (n.) 3warrant, guarantee, formal confirmation
vouch (v.) 1make good, uphold, support
vouch (v.) 2guarantee, assure, warrant
vouch (v.) 3pledge, praise, commend
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Tit I.i.363 [Martius to Titus, of himself and his intention] He that would vouch it in any place but here
TNK V.iv.107 [Theseus to Palamon] our master Mars / Hath vouched his oracle