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Warrantise, 1) surety, pledge: “in the very refuse of thy deeds there is such strength and w. of skill that in my mind thy worst all best exceeds,” Sonn. 150, 7. “break up the gates, I'll be your w.” H6A I, 3, 13.
2) authorization, allowance: “her obsequies have been as far enlarged as we have w.” Hml. V, 1, 250 (lection of F1; the rest warranty).
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