Related formspre·guar·an·tor, noun
Examples from the Web for guarantor
The TTP had asked Sharif, while he was in the opposition, to serve as guarantor of any negotiation.
The only guarantor of peace for Israel is the establishment of Palestine.
It was a breath-taking pledge, with Obama coming close to making the U.S. the guarantor that Mubarak will act.
And his Nobel address was a masterful defense of America's role as the guarantor of global peace and stability.
Mithra was always the god invoked as the guarantor of faith and protector of the inviolability of contracts.The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism|Franz Cumont
It may be in the form of a contract of a surety, a contract of a guarantor, or a contract of an indorser.
The eye—that is to say—is guarantor for the safety of art in a future régime under the dominance of women; and the ear for poetry.Women as World Builders|Floyd Dell
This is how family fulfills the function of co- guarantor of education.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
When, if at all, is a guarantor entitled to notice of default of his principal?