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Definition of "warranting" []

  • Present participle of warrant. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "warranting" in a sentence
  • "It is, for men and women of my perspective, judged to be secure in warranting perpetual loyalties."
  • "I cannot derive from another anything more than what he himself rightfully has; and although as regards the form of the acquisition the modus acquirendi — I may proceed in accordance with all the conditions of right when I deal in a stolen horse exposed for sale in the market, yet a real title warranting the acquisition was awanting; for the horse was not really the property of the seller in question."
  • "After the lottery, those agents who had drawn a name warranting a long journey accepted the good-natured insults and mockery of friends."
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