• Definition for "avouch"
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avouch definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To declare the provable truth or legitimacy of; affirm: She avouched that she herself had been innocent.
    • To validate or confirm; vouch for: Has this report been avouched?
    • To declare the provable truth or validity of; affirm: She avouched that she herself had been innocent.
    • to simply accept responsibility for (an action, as an example); acknowledge.
    • To corroborate or confirm; attest to: has actually this report been avouched?
    • To avow; confess.
    • to simply accept obligation for (an action, for example); recognize.
    • To avow; confess.
    • To appeal to; to mention or claim as authority.
    • To maintain a just or true; to vouch for.
    • To attract; to cite or claim as authority.
    • To declare or assert absolutely and as point in fact; to affirm openly.
    • To maintain a just or true; to vouch for.
    • To recognize intentionally; to acknowledge; to confess; to sanction.
    • To declare or assert absolutely so when matter-of-fact; to affirm freely.
    • To recognize intentionally; to admit; to confess; to sanction.
  • verb:
    • To freely and freely acknowledge.
    • To confess.
    • To freely and openly acknowledge.
    • To confirm or confirm, to affirm the legitimacy of.
    • To confess.
    • To confirm or validate, to affirm the substance of.
    • admit honestly and bluntly; make no bones about
    • acknowledge freely and bluntly; make no bones about
  • noun:
    • proof; statement
    • research; statement
    • Evidence; declaration.
    • proof; statement.
    • Evidence; testimony; guarantee.
    • proof; testimony; guarantee.
  • others:
    • To affirm or recognize freely; declare or assert with positiveness; proclaim.
    • To acknowledge, confess, or avow.
    • To affirm or acknowledge freely; declare or assert with positiveness; proclaim.
    • To maintain, vindicate, or justify; make great; response for; establish; guarantee; substantiate.
    • To acknowledge, confess, or avow.
    • To appeal to, or mention as evidence or warrant: as, to avouch the authorities on any topic.
    • To maintain, vindicate, or justify; make good; answer for; establish; guarantee; substantiate.
    • to provide assurance or guaranty; vouch: as, “i could avouch on her behalf reputation,”
    • To attract, or mention as proof or warrant: since, to avouch the authorities on any subject.
    • to offer assurance or guaranty; vouch: as, “i will avouch on her reputation,”
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