guarantees (part of speech: verb)
liens, warranties, insures, certifies, vouches, insurances, contracts, securities, ensures, affirmations, secures, pledges, tokens, oaths, bonds, affirms, countersignatures, countersigns, safeguards, deposits, promises, warrants, certifications, assurances, assures
promises (part of speech: verb)
- With such guarantees it would be strange indeed if we could not say that biblical studies entered in Great Britain, as also in America, on a development in which scholars of these nations are not behind the best scholars of the world. - "Edward Caldwell Moore Outline of the History of Christian Thought Since Kant", Edward Moore.
- People were becoming alive to the fact that even a democracy has its obligations to the State which guarantees it freedom; for freedom can only depend upon victory over autocracy and militarism. - "Banked Fires", E. W. (Ethel Winifred) Savi.
- It is also by far the most dangerous to property rights, and this for several reasons: firstly, it involves the destruction of property without any compensation whatever, not upon payment of damages, as in the ease of eminent domain; secondly, on account of the extraordinary extension by our modern legislation of this power to matters not hitherto deemed necessary for the safety, health, or even the well- being of the public, vague as the legal application of the last word is; thirdly, and perhaps most important, because the police power is usually exercised without any common- law guarantees, without process of law or jury trial, but by the arbitrary ruling of some board, or even single commissioner, and often, so far as the statute is concerned, without a jury or even an appeal from the commissioner's ruling to any court of law. - "Popular Law-making", Frederic Jesup Stimson.