verb (used with object), vouch·safed, vouch·saf·ing.
verb (used without object), vouch·safed, vouch·saf·ing.
Related formsvouch·safe·ment, nounun·vouch·safed, adjective
Examples from the Web for vouchsafe
Vouchsafe, Mary, on this day to receive our incense, our love: Of thy heavenly husband calm the rage.Popery|Edward Hoare
Vouchsafe out of Thy great goodness to hear and answer them, chiefly for that one among us who will first end this mortal life.Mary, Help of Christians|Various
Vouchsafe: a word seldom used, but when used, the first syllable should rhyme with pouch; never say vousafe.
By the notice—the interest you vouchsafe him, Miss Martin,—the most flattering compliment to one in his station.The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. I (of II)|Charles James Lever
Though you should vouchsafe to wreak your utmost wrath upon my innocent head, I can do nothing else.A Christian But a Roman|Mr Jkai
British Dictionary definitions for vouchsafe
- to warrant as being safe
- to bestow as a favour (upon)