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1 a :
or furnish often in a gracious or condescending manner
to give by way of reply
to grant as a privilege or special favor
"Juan Carlos, who announced on Monday that he is abdicating the throne, was long revered for his role in vouchsafing
Spain's transition to democracy following the death, in 1975, of the country's geriatric Fascist leader, Generalissimo Francisco Franco." — Jon Lee Anderson, The New Yorker
, 2 June 2014
"By the end of 'This Flat Earth,' Julie comes to seem like a latter-day variation on Emily, the heroine of Wilder's 'Our Town,' who is vouchsafed
a glimpse of small human lives within a cosmic framework." — Ben Brantley, The New York Times
, 9 Apr. 2018
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