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vouch
verb (vouches , vouched , vouching )
1 intr (usu vouch for someone or something) to give a firm assurance or guarantee of their authenticity, trustworthiness, etc.
2 to give (evidence) in support of a statement, assertion, etc.
[16c in these senses; 14c in legal sense -to summon-: from French voucher to call upon to defend]


voucher
noun
1 a ticket or paper serving as proof, eg of the purchase or receipt of goods.
2 (esp in compounds ) a ticket worth a specific amount of money, exchangeable for goods or services up to the same value gift voucher .
3 someone who vouches for someone or something.


vouchsafe
verb (vouchsafed , vouchsafing ) tr & intr , literary to agree or condescend to do, give, grant or allow She vouchsafed me no reply He vouchsafed to come .
[14c]


voussoir pronunciación
noun , archit one of the wedge-shaped stones that form part of the centre line of an arch. Also called arch stone.
verb (voussoired , voussoiring ) to form (an arch) with voussoirs.
[18c: French, from Latin volsorium , from volvere to roll]


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