KJV Dictionary Definition: avouch
AVOUCH', v.t. L. voco, advoco. See Voice.
1. To affirm; to declare or assert with positiveness.
2. To produce or call in; to affirm in favor of, maintain or support.
Such antiquities could be avouched for the Irish.
3. To maintain, vindicate or justify.
AVOUCH', n. Evidence; testimony; declaration. Little used.
AVOUCH'ABLE, a. That may be avouched. Little used.
AVOUCH'ED, pp. Affirmed; maintained; called in to support.
AVOUCH'ER, n. One who avouches.
AVOUCH'ING, ppr. Affirming; calling in to maintain; vindicating.
AVOUCH'MENT, n. Declaration; the act of avouching.