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Synonyms for stipulate

Synonyms for stipulate

to make specific

Synonyms for stipulate

specify as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement

give a guarantee or promise of

make an oral contract or agreement in the verbal form of question and answer that is necessary to give it legal force

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Here again the words, properly interpreted, had a special signification of their own: "It is stipulated, on my part, that I put myself up to auction, and that my estimate shall be regulated by your ladyship's highest bid.
At the stipulated hour next morning, Nicholas repaired to the lodgings of Miss Snevellicci, which were in a place called Lombard Street, at the house of a tailor.
It was stipulated between the contracting parties that the manufactory of Coldspring should engage to transport to Tampa Town, in southern Florida, the necessary materials for casting the Columbiad.
If the man from Saint-Laurent had fetched it himself, you would not have gone there to take it away from him; you have sold something that was no longer yours to sell, for your barley had already been turned into money which was to be paid down at the stipulated time.
This sum, after some altercation, was reduced to two; and Jones, having stipulated for the full forgiveness of both Partridge and the wife, was going to pay the money; when his majesty, restraining his hand, turned to the witness and asked him, "At what time he had discovered the criminals?
In the still-room sat the band, who had stipulated for champagne as part of their fee, and who were already drinking beer.
Why this should be so we could not at the time understand, for when Eben Hale's will was probated, the world learned that he was sole heir to his employer's many millions, and it was expressly stipulated that this great inheritance was given to him without qualification, hitch, or hindrance in the exercise thereof.
In a postscript, she stipulated that she should have a written agreement, that she should see the child as often as she wished--she could not part with him under any other terms.
Brought upon me,' stipulated the Billickin, expressly, 'at a boarding-school--'
It will be necessary, though, to make a career for him afterwards," he had stipulated anxiously.
I will admit that it was therein conditioned, or stipulated, that a certain journey should be performed conjointly, or in company, until so many days had been numbered.
This business-like obstacle surmounted, he then stipulated that before resuming with you I should look over the books and form my own opinion.
Tenders are invited for Supply Contract Covering the Supply of Power Sensor (Cpv Code: 32000000-3) in Accordance with the Minimum Mandatory Requirements Stipulated in Section 2: Specifications.
Decree 15/2015 stipulated the reappointment of Salman bin Isa Bin Hindi as Governor of Muharraq Governorate; Shaikh Abdullah bin Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa as Governor of the Southern Governorate; and,
It also stipulated the charges for work permits for domestic workers.