What is another word for warranty?

230 synonyms found


[ wˈɒɹənti], [ wˈɒɹənti], [ w_ˈɒ_ɹ_ə_n_t_i]

When it comes to buying a product, a warranty can provide peace of mind. But what other words can be used to describe a warranty? One synonym could be a guarantee, which promises that the product will deliver as advertised. Another term is an assurance, which carries the connotation of a promise of reliability and safety. A pledge is a similar word, and suggests a solemn commitment to standing behind the product. A promise is perhaps the most straightforward word, suggesting a commitment to customer satisfaction. Lastly, a warranty might be described as a warranty deed, which is a legal document that confirms ownership and is commonly used in real estate transactions.

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What are the opposite words for warranty?

Antonyms or opposites of the word warranty, which means a guarantee or assurance for a product or service, may include terms such as uncertainty, doubt, risk, liability, and insecurity. In other words, if something lacks a warranty, it may carry a risk of failure, may be uncertain or doubtful in its performance or quality, and may expose the user to liabilities or losses. Similarly, the absence of a warranty may create insecurity or distrust among consumers who are seeking a reliable and trustworthy product or service. Therefore, it is always advisable to check for warranties or similar assurances before buying or using any product or service.

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Usage examples for Warranty

Quoth Sharik, "On me be his warranty, Allah assign the king!"
"Supplemental Nights, Volume 1"
Richard F. Burton
It is from this point of view that these pages are written, and the warranty for so defining it should be apparent from what has been said in this and the preceding chapter.
"A Grammar of Freethought"
Chapman Cohen
As I have already said, they are merely excuses for continuing a belief that has no real warranty in fact.
"A Grammar of Freethought"
Chapman Cohen

Famous quotes with Warranty

  • If Obama has his way, the change that is coming is a new America: "fair," leveled and social democratic. Obama didn't get elected to warranty your muffler. He's here to warranty your life.
    Charles Krauthammer
  • These rovers are living on borrowed time. We're so past warranty on them. You try to push them hard every day because we're living day to day.
    Steven Squyres
  • What's unfortunate about buying a pitcher for $12 million is that he carries no warranty.
    Bob Verdi
  • The feudal warranty is, doubtless derived from the ancient duty of the feudal lord to protect his liege man 'with fire and sword against all deadly'. It was of the essence of the feudal bond, that the vassal should be under his lord's protection.
    Edward Jenks
  • But the facts are unquestioned. The aeroplane does these things, and if the theory does not give warranty for the practice, then it is the theory which is wrong.
    John William Dunne

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