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
He has called for a debate on asylum guaranties in Germany’s constitution and promised tax breaks for Germany’s “hard workers”.Angela Merkel's CDU Party Is Choosing a New Leader. Whoever Wins Might Become Germany's Next Chancellor | Madeline Roache | January 14, 2021 | Time
A default threatened Chase Manhattan Bank, Morgan guaranty Trust, Citibank and other giants with a major blow to their solvency.
There was evidently a reluctance to becoming pioneers in such an enterprise,—to leaving the city unless the guaranty were sure.The Boys of '61 | Charles Carleton Coffin.
The honor of the British government was committed as a guaranty for the realization of these brilliant promises.History of Prince Edward Island | Duncan Campbell
Mr. Belcher deposited a handsome sum as a guaranty of his good faith, and ordered the papers to be made out at once.Sevenoaks | J. G. Holland
The surest guaranty of exact and satisfactory statements, accordingly, is to fall back on the primitive authentic platform.
Will not the courts read into that bill practically that contract of guaranty?
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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