[n] a negotiable certificate that can be detached and redeemed as needed
[n] someone who vouches for another or for the correctness of a statement
1. One who vouches, or gives witness or full attestation, to anything. Will his vouchers vouch him no more? --Shak. The great writers of that age stand up together as vouchers for one another's reputation. --Spectator.
2. A book, paper, or document which serves to vouch the truth of accounts, or to confirm and establish facts of any kind; also, any acquittance or receipt showing the payment of a debt; as, the merchant's books are his vouchers for the correctness of his accounts; notes, bonds, receipts, and other writings, are used as vouchers in proving facts.
3. (Law) (a) The act of calling in a person to make good his warranty of title in the old form of action for the recovery of lands. (b) The tenant in a writ of right; one who calls in another to establish his warranty of title. In common recoveries, there may be a single voucher or double vouchers. --Blackstone.