We detect certain truths, upon which all men are agreed, and we say: the guaranty that each one is right is the consent of all.
Doubt is the prelude of failure; confidence a guaranty of success.
But what guaranty was there that States would observe these prohibitions?
What guaranty is there that this arrangement will improve matters?
The guaranty, in a moral point of view, is of greater importance.
There is no guaranty of law to watch over the organization of that government.
If they guarantee this they do not know what they are doing and their guaranty is worthless.
She surrendered them by treaty, and there is nothing for the guaranty to operate on.
Old names and titles are usually a guaranty of good education, culture, and other praiseworthy acquisitions.
The guaranty is continuing and perpetual, and it must be executed at all hazards.
"act or fact of guaranteeing," 1520s, garrantye, from earlier garant (see guarantee) with influence from Old French garantie "protection, defense," originally past participle of garantir "to protect," from the same source. The sense of "pledge given as security" that developed 17c. in guarantee might reasonably have left the sense "act of guaranteeing" to this form of the word, but the forms remain confused.