warrantee

[wawr-uh n-tee, wor-]

Origin of warrantee

1660–70; warrant(y) or warrant(or) + -ee
Can be confusedguarantee guaranty warrantee warranty
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warrantee

noun
  1. a person to whom a warranty is given
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Word Origin and History for warrantee
n.

1706, from warrant (n.) + -ee.

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