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Without independent fact-checking, there is no guarantee that what GPT-3 says, even if it “sounds right,” is actually true.

This caused tension with Outbrain, which didn’t pull away from its existing guarantee deals, according to a person familiar with the company.

From Digiday

So there is the risk that anyone could come in, and there is not guarantee.

From Fortune

So he took another big risk, choosing not only to transfer but to do so with no guarantee that the football team would take him.

From Ozy

It has come amid a wave of claims by federal lawmakers who are pushing for a probe into China’s lending practices to Nigeria, in the wake of a sovereign guarantee clause in loan agreements that has been erroneously interpreted.

From Quartz

Yazbek tells The Daily Beast that the traffickers guarantee their service, and they treat the Syrian refugees with respect.

But inspiration and faith-based agenda in movies does not guarantee box office success.

Yet race politics has limited appeal to whites, and ultimately may not guarantee keeping many minority voters in check.

But even if the promised money does finally arrive, there is scant guarantee it will be used appropriately.

But among ferocious ideologues, similar roots are no guarantee of mutual sympathy when schisms occur.

He appeared before the shareholders, offered, if his advice and methods were adopted, to guarantee double the then dividend.

Peremptorily the steel magnates refused to continue the sliding scale previously agreed upon as a guarantee of peace.

Will you take your hands off—if we give you your railroad and guarantee train service?

Yet he was able, at the end of another two weeks, to guarantee six votes less than a majority.

"Sufficient guarantee," said her father, smiling archly as he looked up to his son, whose fair face had coloured deep red.


On this page you'll find 153 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to guarantee, such as: agreement, assurance, certificate, collateral, contract, and deposit.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.