verb (used with object), vouch·safed, vouch·saf·ing.
verb (used without object), vouch·safed, vouch·saf·ing.
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)