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noun as in insurer

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Technology is not a driver of conflict, nor a guarantor of victory.

It says technology is not a driver of conflict, nor a guarantor of victory.

The government’s decision to act as guarantor of bitcoin trade also “puts the small, developing country at risk,” Luther warns.

From Ozy

Other popular words include “no guarantor” and “bad credit”.

Now the Fed stands as the guarantor of huge swaths of the American and world economy.

From Time

It was the ultimate guarantor of the humanism he advanced against Nazism.

The TTP had asked Sharif, while he was in the opposition, to serve as guarantor of any negotiation.

Some will paint this as naive idealism, but the only true long-term guarantor of peace and stability is freedom.

The only guarantor of peace for Israel is the establishment of Palestine.

It was a breath-taking pledge, with Obama coming close to making the U.S. the guarantor that Mubarak will act.

Restaur, res-tawr′, n. the remedy which assurers have against each other, or a person has against his guarantor.

Thus, secondly, the guarantor must at the critical time be able to render the required assistance.

The compulsion to be applied by a guarantor for that purpose depends upon the circumstances; it may eventually be war.

Thus, first, the guaranteed must request the guarantor to render assistance.

The Pennsylvania Railroad Company in this instance also stands as guarantor of the insurance fund.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to guarantor, such as: backer, underwriter, bondsman, patron, sponsor, and bailsman.

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