Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun One, such as a person or corporation, that makes or gives a promise, assurance, or pledge typically relating to quality, durability, or performance.
  • noun One who makes or gives a guaranty.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who makes a guaranty.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who makes or gives a guaranty; a warrantor; a surety.
  • noun One who engages to secure another in any right or possession.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A person, or company, that gives a guarantee.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun one who provides a warrant or guarantee to another

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Examples

  • Even for financial products with guaranteed returns, the guarantor is necessarily less stable than the federal government, which makes those higher risk as well. shoe (formerly shoeless, sponsored by Nike) says:

    Think Progress » Rep. Blackburn touts Social Security privatization.

  • But the third possibility, which is the central concern of Madrick's book, has not yet been the subject of serious public debate: to use government as long-term guarantor of America's (and indirectly the world's) economic stability, as provider of widespread opportunity, and as partner with the private sector in restoring long-term stable growth.

    Government Beyond Obama?

  • "Freedom's best guarantor is a sovereign parliament", it says.

    The emasculation of common sense

  • But the third possibility, which is the central concern of Madrick's book, has not yet been the subject of serious public debate: to use government as long-term guarantor of America's (and indirectly the world's) economic stability, as provider of widespread opportunity, and as partner with the private sector in restoring long-term stable growth.

    The New York Review of Books

  • But the third possibility, which is the central concern of Madrick's book, has not yet been the subject of serious public debate: to use government as long-term guarantor of America's (and indirectly the world's) economic stability, as provider of widespread opportunity, and as partner with the private sector in restoring long-term stable growth.

    The New York Review of Books

  • The challenge of creating a new era for government as long-term guarantor of our security and well-being lies ahead.

    The New York Review of Books

  • The challenge of creating a new era for government as long-term guarantor of our security and well-being lies ahead. ”

    Government Beyond Obama?

  • The guarantor is the economy of the United States of America.

    Ann Pettifor: The President Must Heed Lincoln and Ignore Economists

  • The country's main opposition parties said on Monday they had appealed to the so-called guarantor presidents - the leaders of

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The country's main opposition parties said on Monday they had appealed to the so-called guarantor presidents - the leaders of

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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