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warrantee

[ wawr-uhn-tee, wor- ]

noun

  1. a person to whom a warranty is made.


warrantee

/ ˌwɒrənˈtiː /

noun

  1. a person to whom a warranty is given


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Word History and Origins

Origin of warrantee1

1660–70; warrant(y) or warrant(or) + -ee

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Example Sentences

The Titles to these lands are indisputable; Warrantee Deeds given clear of all incumbrances.

Charlie had been in Jackson County for three days tracing warrantee lines.

With each Watch we furnish our special warrantee for one year for accurate time.

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