What is another word for warrants?

Pronunciation: [wˈɒɹənts] (IPA)

"Warrants" is a word that can evoke a variety of different meanings depending on the context in which it appears. Synonyms for this term can include "justifies," "guarantees," "entitles," "validates," and "proves." Each of these synonyms carries its own unique connotations and undertones. For example, "justifies" implies that there is a logical or reasonable basis for a particular action or belief, while "entitles" suggests that something is deserved or earned. "Validates" means that something has been confirmed or proven to be true or legitimate, while "proves" denotes evidence that supports a particular claim or argument. By understanding the nuances of these different synonym options, we can better appreciate the diversity of possibilities inherent in language.

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What are the opposite words for warrants?

Antonyms for the word "warrants" include "invalidate," "negate," "nullify," "void," "annul," "cancel," "rescind" and "revoke." These words imply the opposite meaning of "warrants," which refers to giving a guarantee, assurance or authorization. When something is invalidated, negated, or nullified, it is deemed illegal or not valid, while a warrant offers a sense of legal legitimacy. Canceling and rescinding something that has been warranted means that the guarantee or authorization has been withdrawn or terminated. Knowing the antonyms of a word can help provide context and communicate the opposite meaning of what is being implied.

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Usage examples for Warrants

Ye maun just strike it out, ma'am, and say that the place is in open rebellion-" "I thought you bade me say that Miss Mary had gone down there and spoken to the people-" "I bade ye say," broke he angrily in, "that Miss Mary declared no rent should be demanded o' them in their present distress; that she threw the warrants into the fire, and vowed that if we called a sale o' their chattels, she 'd do the same at the castle, and give the people the proceeds."
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
The household was conducted on the same plan as that of the reigning monarch, and the warrants were made out in the same form and style.
"England in the Days of Old"
William Andrews
The warrants were ignored, but Brown was invited to join a poker game in progress.
Durham, Andrew Everett

Famous quotes with Warrants

  • The E.U. has moved to combat global terrorism by instituting common European arrest and evidence warrants and creating a joint situation center to pool and analyze intelligence.
    John Bruton
  • Californians invented the concept of life-style. This alone warrants their doom.
    Don DeLillo
  • The basic guarantees of our Constitution are warrants for the here and now, and unless there is an overwhelmingly compelling reason, they are to be promptly fulfilled.
    Arthur Joseph Goldberg
  • Police officials routinely execute search warrants on private homes and offices, and Congressional offices should not be treated any differently. There cannot be one set of rules for elected officials and another set of rules for everyone else.
    Bobby Jindal
  • Everyone recognizes that's a joke because obviously the number and shape of the pieces doesn't affect the size of the pizza. And similarly, the stocks, bonds, warrants, etc., issued don't affect the aggregate value of the firm.
    Merton Miller

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