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- v. To warrant.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Authority; security; warranty.
- transitive v. To warrant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To save; defend.
- To warrant; pledge; guarantee.
- n. Warrant; security; warranty.
- n. Guaranty; pledge; promise.
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The promise and warrantise of _Thelemia_ for my obtayning the same, bred in mee some comfort.
But just as Cleopatra has power, so there can be no doubt of the wily cunning -- "the warrantise of skill" -- of the sonnet-heroine, and no doubt her faithlessness was that "just cause of hate" which Shakespeare bemoaned.
+ I can not in fight make to you suche warrantise:
But just as Cleopatra has power, so there can be no doubt of the wily cunning ” “the warrantise of skill” ” of the sonnet-heroine, and no doubt her faithlessness was that “just cause of hate” which Shakespeare bemoaned.