guaranteed

[ gar-uh n-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF guaranteed

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUARANTEED

We in Freeland have guaranteed to labour the whole of what it assists to produce.

They must have a small weekly sum of their own or guaranteed by a friend.

This distinguishes them from the "guaranteed rights" of the European states.

Not before it is accepted, and I am guaranteed a reasonable profit.

My fidelity and steadfastness had been guaranteed by her and no one else.

Several of the nobility also guaranteed the expenses of preparation and performance.

If, as I believe, you have guaranteed our credit here by means of jewels, we must know.

No one would yet have guaranteed success, but every one was full of hope.

Also it achieved a regularity and loudness that guaranteed it to be genuine.

I do not in the least know what others have guaranteed in relation to Dr. Ferrier.

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