guaranty

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUARANTY

Doubt is the prelude of failure; confidence a guaranty of success.

He'll find some way to spend the ten pounds, if he gets them, I'll guaranty.

But what guaranty was there that States would observe these prohibitions?

What they traded in needed no other guaranty than the name of Rondell.

What guaranty is there that this arrangement will improve matters?

Is not their appearance in the paper a guaranty of accuracy?

There is no guaranty of law to watch over the organization of that government.

The Southerners had every guaranty they could desire that they should not be interfered with at home.

She surrendered them by treaty, and there is nothing for the guaranty to operate on.

Her dignified modesty was a sufficient recommendation and guaranty.

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