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Synonyms for warrant

Synonyms for warrant

a justifying fact or consideration

something given to guarantee the repayment of a loan or the fulfillment of an obligation

an assumption of responsibility, as one given by a manufacturer, for the quality, worth, or durability of a product

a declaration that one will or will not do a certain thing

proof of legal permission to do something

to assume responsibility for the quality, worth, or durability of

to be a proper or sufficient occasion for

Synonyms for warrant

a type of security issued by a corporation (usually together with a bond or preferred stock) that gives the holder the right to purchase a certain amount of common stock at a stated price

a written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications

show to be reasonable or provide adequate ground for

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stand behind and guarantee the quality, accuracy, or condition of

References in classic literature ?
Oh, I'll warrant you know where to go and what to do.
He went his way and I went mine, and not a living soul followed me afterwards--that I'll warrant.
But I'll warrant you there's a kitchen garden in the rear of the palace.
I've never been - but neither has Tubby Princess either, I'll warrant.
He disparages the sublime nutritional, organicallysmashing and renowned health-enhancing qualities of a curry, preferring the fish and chip (and mushy pea, I'll warrant, looking at his drawn features) to the chicken balti.
However, I'll warrant a small wager that few of those anoraks (sorry, rules studiers) will be conversant with those implemented by Richmond Golf Club in North Yorkshire in 1940.
I'll warrant not many Brownies' first taste of haggis has been accompanied by such a fanfare.
I'll warrant Any one who can remember the last time they gazed out of a frosty window watching snowfall to the ground on the 25th still uses the word breeches for trousers.