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How many young women in Boston can avouch for the truth of this statement?
THE FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSICA. D. CRABTRE
Upon which principle I also avouch all Mr. T.'s charges, as I hear them and consent to their publication.
DISCUSSION ON AMERICAN SLAVERYGEORGE THOMPSON
"'And which shall find its way thither, if thou dost not avouch a fable," replied the king.
WINDSOR CASTLEWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
Taken together, they avouch a personality that needs only opportunity to insure itself lasting fame.
TYPES OF NAVAL OFFICERSA. T. MAHAN
I say that it was the act of a rebel, and will avouch my words against you, though the whole colony were at your back.
THE KNIGHT OF THE GOLDEN MELICEJOHN TURVILL ADAMS
That the proverb is by no means of general application, the experience of every one can avouch.
THE INTERNATIONAL MONTHLY, VOLUME 5, NO. 4, APRIL, 1852VARIOUS
One of the most sensible and practical of all proverbs, as every body's experience can avouch.
THE INTERNATIONAL MONTHLY, VOLUME 5, NO. 4, APRIL, 1852VARIOUS
Who would not avouch the honesty of John L. Stephens after reading his travels?
THE COLLECTORHENRY T. TUCKERMAN
"There can be no better rede, and we will all avouch it," said the citizens.
THE FAIR MAID OF PERTHSIR WALTER SCOTT
The first words he uttered were, "Bear me where ye will, I will avouch the deed!"
OLD MORTALITY, COMPLETE, ILLUSTRATEDSIR WALTER SCOTT

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