warranty

[ noun wawr-uh n-tee, wor-; verb wawr-uh n-tee, wor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF warranty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WARRANTY

Further, an elaborate system of warranty was connected with these warehouses.

Truly, fair and holy love is our warranty, our only pass for entering into Heaven.

Mr. P. Yes, sir; but the form, in such a case, is the warranty.

Clearly, he ought to require the seller to give him a warranty.

I refer to the warranty which arose upon the transfer of property.

I took him without a warranty, without even a veterinary opinion.

After some chaffering, he bought it, taking it without p. 182a warranty.

It is known that I am one of the few whose word is warranty.

When he was taken in with a warranty for a horse, he pursued the culprit to the uttermost.

He brought an action on the warranty that the horse was "a good roadster, and free from vice."

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