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warranted

[ wawr-uhn-tid, wor- ]
/ ˈwɔr ən tɪd, ˈwɒr- /
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justified or well-founded: There is thus no cause for uncertainty here, and no warranted basis for any speculation.
backed or covered by a warranty or guarantee: If you don't distance the turbines from each other, the turbulence from their wakes may reduce their warranted life.
authorized: Every significant business decision made by a warranted contracting officer must be reviewed by an independent board.
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