Warrants synonyms

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Approval; support; sanction
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The penalty for noncompliance with a law or legal order.
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(Law) A guarantee
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The person to whom a guarantee is made.
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(Now Rare) Permission, esp. in writing
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A document, printed tag, permit, etc. indicating that such permission has been granted
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A ticket, certificate, etc. giving permission or authorization to come or go freely or without charge
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A written notice for a person to appear before a court under penalty of having a judgment entered against that person for failing to appear; a written notice to a person to appear for jury duty; a written notice to appear in court to testify as a witness in a case. Synonymous with subpoena.
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A document establishing the authenticity of certain details of an item, event, or transaction:
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Measures adopted to prevent escape:
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A written legal order directing a person to appear in court to give testimony, show specified records, etc.
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An assurance or promise; sworn intention:
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A solemn promise or pledge, esp. one made to God or a god, dedicating oneself to an act, service, or way of life
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Indication of something favorable to come; expectation:
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A solemn pledge, as of faith.
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A person or thing given or held as security for the performance of a contract, as a guarantee of faith, etc.; something pawned; hostage
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(Theol.) The promise made by God to humanity and the relationship it established, as described in the Bible
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(Law) A promise to pay a sum of money in the event that another person fails to fulfill an obligation.
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(Computing) A conceptual object that can be possessed by a computer, process, etc. in order to regulate a turn-taking system such as a token ring network.
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A person serving as security; a hostage.
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Witness; evidence; proof of some fact.
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(Law) The establishment of the truth or falsity of an allegation by evidence.
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Something indicative; an indication or set of indications:
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A fact or cause that explains why something exists or has occurred:
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The basis is defined as the foundation of something, or as a concept or a necessary part of something.
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To prove; to ratify; to confirm.
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To provide or arrange insurance for:
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(Chiefly Brit.) To insure against loss, esp. of life
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To refer to (an authority, for example) in support or corroboration; cite.
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Uphold is defined as to support or defend, or to keep from sinking.
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To secure is to firmly attach something, to take action to make an area safe or to obtain something that you have been seeking.
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To ensure the safety or integrity of; protect or preserve:
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To put in order or set right; correct:
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To request to be supplied with:
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To keep from risk or curtailment; ensure the safety or integrity of:
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(Intransitive) To make sure or certain of something (usually some future event or condition). [from 18th c.]
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To support or maintain, as by argument or action; justify:
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To give power or authority to; authorize
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(Intransitive) To be entitled to anything; to deduce a right or title; to have a claim.
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To grant authority or power to.
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To use or exercise and thereby prove the existence of.
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To declare support for or belief in:
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To give someone more confidence and/or strength to do something, often by enabling them to increase their control over their own life or situation.
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To be the occasion of; give occasion to; cause
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To guarantee as meeting a standard:
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To secure (a saddle) by means of a cinch.
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To prove to be true by demonstration, evidence, or testimony; confirm or substantiate
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To validate is to confirm, legalize, or prove the accuracy of something.
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To be evidence of:
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To substantiate is to prove a claim to be true or back up a claim with evidence.
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To confirm or support something with additional evidence; to attest or vouch for.
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To support or establish the certainty or validity of; verify:
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Back is defined as to support or to move in a backward motion.
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Approbation; sanction; support:
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The act of permitting, especially in giving formal consent; authorization:
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A statement attesting to the truth, correctness, or authenticity of the things avowed in a written statement; an affidavit attached to a written statement affirming its truthfulness.
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A government document issued to a citizen for travel abroad, subject to visa requirements, certifying identity and citizenship: it entitles the bearer to the protection of his or her own country and that of the countries visited
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(Government) Permission, possibly limited, to spend funds for a specific budgetary purpose.
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A written affirmation of another's character or worth; a personal recommendation.
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A promise; pledge
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Excess of boldness; impudence; audacity; as, his assurance is intolerable.
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A statement of belief; a credo:
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The act or process of providing evidence for or showing the truth of something:
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The act of corroborating, strengthening, or confirming; addition of strength; confirmation; as, the corroboration of an argument, or of information.
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An action, declaration, document, or statement that corroborates, ratifies, verifies, gives formal approval, or assures the validity of something. See also advice and consent.
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Break dancing.
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A break in friendly relations
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To consent to officially or formally; confirm or sanction:
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To offer reasons for or a cause of; justify:
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To back a cause, party etc. mentally or with concrete aid.
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A statement describing a relationship observed to be invariable between or among phenomena for all cases in which the specified conditions are met:
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The bond, contract, or other document setting forth the terms of this agreement
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Find another word for warrants. In this page you can discover 76 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for warrants, like: countenances, sanctions, warranties, guarantees, permits, licenses, passes, summonses, certificates, securities and subpoenas.