Let us try the floor above, and the towers; for of a surety they have not come this way.
You have baked no bread, and of a surety he will have your head.'
But of a surety it was not in thy noble heart to set store by such small wealth!
Of a surety you want to draw wine out of the Knights' cellar?
Lend not untohim that is mightier than thyself: be not surety above thy power.
They named Moses as their surety; not even he was guiltless.
Where there is more than one surety, the parties are known as co-sureties.
It cannot be said, with surety, that Otah in that ultimate moment felt pain.
The contract of an indorser differs from that of a guarantor, and from that of a surety.
I believe him to be our John, the brother and surety of Henry.
c.1300, from Old French seurté, from Latin securitatem (nominative securitas) "freedom from care or danger, safety, security," from securus (see secure). Until 1966, the French national criminal police department was the Sûreté nationale.
one who becomes responsible for another. Christ is the surety of the better covenant (Heb. 7:22). In him we have the assurance that all its provisions will be fully and faithfully carried out. Solomon warns against incautiously becoming security for another (Prov. 6:1-5; 11:15; 17:18; 20:16).