Part of speech:
Approval; support; sanction
The penalty for noncompliance with a law or legal order.
(Law) A guarantee
The person to whom a guarantee is made.
(Now Rare) Permission, esp. in writing
A document, printed tag, permit, etc. indicating that such permission has been granted
A ticket, certificate, etc. giving permission or authorization to come or go freely or without charge
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.
A document establishing the authenticity of certain details of an item, event, or transaction:
Measures adopted to prevent escape:
A written legal order directing a person to appear in court to give testimony, show specified records, etc.
An assurance or promise; sworn intention:
A solemn promise or pledge, esp. one made to God or a god, dedicating oneself to an act, service, or way of life
Indication of something favorable to come; expectation:
A solemn pledge, as of faith.
A person or thing given or held as security for the performance of a contract, as a guarantee of faith, etc.; something pawned; hostage
(Theol.) The promise made by God to humanity and the relationship it established, as described in the Bible
A person serving as security; a hostage.
Witness; evidence; proof of some fact.
(Law) The establishment of the truth or falsity of an allegation by evidence.
Something indicative; an indication or set of indications:
A fact or cause that explains why something exists or has occurred:
The basis is defined as the foundation of something, or as a concept or a necessary part of something.
To prove; to ratify; to confirm.
To provide or arrange insurance for:
(Chiefly Brit.) To insure against loss, esp. of life
To refer to (an authority, for example) in support or corroboration; cite.
Uphold is defined as to support or defend, or to keep from sinking.
To secure is to firmly attach something, to take action to make an area safe or to obtain something that you have been seeking.
To ensure the safety or integrity of; protect or preserve:
To put in order or set right; correct:
To request to be supplied with:
To keep from risk or curtailment; ensure the safety or integrity of:
To support or maintain, as by argument or action; justify:
To give power or authority to; authorize
(Intransitive) To be entitled to anything; to deduce a right or title; to have a claim.
To grant authority or power to.
To declare support for or belief in:
To be the occasion of; give occasion to; cause
To guarantee as meeting a standard:
To secure (a saddle) by means of a cinch.
To prove to be true by demonstration, evidence, or testimony; confirm or substantiate
To validate is to confirm, legalize, or prove the accuracy of something.
To be evidence of:
To substantiate is to prove a claim to be true or back up a claim with evidence.
To support or establish the certainty or validity of; verify:
Back is defined as to support or to move in a backward motion.
A break in friendly relations
To consent to officially or formally; confirm or sanction:
To offer reasons for or a cause of; justify:
To back a cause, party etc. mentally or with concrete aid.
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