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warrant vb. (2 cf. WARN 1)
1. to give (a person) security Meas. IV. ii. 179 “By the vow of mine order I you,” Err. IV. iv. 3 “I'll give thee . . . so much money, To thee, as I am rested for.”
2. to defend, keep MND. V. i. 328 “God warrant† us” (old edd. “warnd”), AYL. III. iii. 5 “Lord us!.”
3. to justify, defend Troil. II. ii. 96.
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