a warrant, pledge, or formal assurance given as security that another's debt or obligation will be fulfilled.
something that is taken or presented as security.
the act of giving security.
a person who acts as a guarantor.
- non·guar·an·ty, noun, plural non·guar·an·ties.
- re·guar·an·ty, noun, plural re·guar·an·ties.
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How to use guaranty in a sentence
Tongs, a confirmed toper, was easily persuaded to anything that guarantied hard drinking.Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia | William Gilmore Simms
No return was asked but the quiet enjoyment of chartered privileges guarantied by the constitution.Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution | L. Carroll Judson
You supposed their right, and you guarantied it, though you might then have asked what was their right.
I refer your Lordships to the treaty by which their maintenance was guarantied by the English government.
The independence of the representatives was guarantied by their number, and the mode of their election.Memoirs of the Private Life, Return, and Reign of Napoleon in 1815, Vol. II | Fleury de Chaboulon.
British Dictionary definitions for guaranty
a pledge of responsibility for fulfilling another person's obligations in case of that person's default
a thing given or taken as security for a guaranty
the act of providing security
a person who acts as a guarantor
a variant of guarantee
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