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Pronunciation: [ɡˈaɹantˌɔː] (IPA)

A guarantor is an individual or an entity that provides a guarantee or security for another person or organization's financial obligations. Synonyms for the word "guarantor" include sponsor, backer, co-signer, surety, underwriter, cosigner, or supporter. A sponsor is someone who provides financial support to an organization or an individual. Backer refers to somebody who gives financial assistance to a project or a cause. A cosigner, much like a guarantor, is someone who signs a loan or other financial agreement to support someone else's debt. A surety is a person who pledges to be responsible for another's debt or financial obligation. An underwriter is a party who bears the risk of a financial obligation. A supporter is someone who gives encouragement and financial aid to a person or an organization.

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Usage examples for Guarantor

He now appeared merely as one of the six Powers guaranteeing its independence, not as the sole patron and guarantor, and he was piqued at his name appearing after that of the Emperor Francis!
"The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2)"
John Holland Rose
In the case of the lottery's losing, each guarantor would have to share in paying according to the sum named, and in like manner they would share in the profits.
"The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons"
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
The new English loan is secured by stocks and bonds whose total market value is not less than $360,000,000. One group of this collateral consists of stocks, bonds and other obligations of American corporations and the obligation, either as maker or guarantor, of the Government of the Dominion of Canada, the Colony of Newfoundland and Canadian Provinces and Municipalities.
"The War After the War"
Isaac Frederick Marcosson

Famous quotes with Guarantor

  • We believe democracy to be the only real guarantor of stability and we have sought to create a 'Jordanian model' that might also inspire others in our region. I wish democracy and peace to be my legacy to my people and the shield of generations to come.
    King Hussein
  • In a case like Iraq the UN has again shown what important role it plays as the guarantor for protecting international peace and stability in the global political structure.
    Anna Lindh
  • It is work, work that one delights in, that is the surest guarantor of happiness. But even here it is a work that has to be earned by labor in one's earlier years. One should labor so hard in youth that everything one does subsequently is easy by comparison.
    Ashley Montagu
  • Our votes must go together with our guns. After all, any vote we shall have, shall have been the product of the gun. The gun which produces the vote should remain its security officer - its guarantor. The people's votes and the people's guns are always inseparable twins.
    Robert Mugabe
  • The policy of plunder was the cornerstone for the welfare of the German people and a major guarantor of their political loyalty, which was first and foremost based on material considerations. The unshakable alliance between the state and the people was not primarily the result of cleverly conceived party propaganda. It was created by means of theft, with the spoils being redistributed according to equalitarian principles among the member of the ethnically defined .
    Götz Aly

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